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MINUTES 



OF THE 



NINETEENTH ANNUAL SESSION 



OF 



Aibeqiarle Presbyterial Auxiliary 



HELD IN 

GOLDSBORO, NORTH CAROLINA 

April 11, 12 and 13, 1917. ^ 



RAIEIQH 

Mitchell, Prlntinq Company 



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OFFICERS. 

President Mits, Juliax M. Baker, Tarboro 

Vice-President Mits. P. M. Johnston, Greenville 

Second Vice-President I'Jits. A. P. Tiioupe, Rocky Mount 

Secretary and Treasurer Mus. B. R. Lacy, Raleigh 

Secretary of Literature..'.. Miis. S. X. Harrell, Tarboro 

Secretary of Foreign Missions Mrs. W. W. Faison, Goldsboro 

Secretary Assembly's Home Missions. ...'Sliss Mary E. Dodsox, Kinston 

Secretary Local Home Alissions Mrs. J. W. Thackstox, Raleigh 

Secretary Christiari Education and Ministerial Relief, 

Mrs. Candace Emmett-Bbown 

Secretary Young People's Work and Sunday-school Extension, 

Mrs. J. A. Green, Wilsoa 

Secretary Orphanage Work Mrs. W. T. Clark, Wilson 



EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. 



Mrs. Julian Baker. 
Mrs. p. M. Johnston, 
Mrs. a. p. Thorpe. 
Mrs. B. R. Lacy. 
Mrs. S. N. HAiuiELL. 
Mrs. W. W. Faison. 



Miss Mary E. Dodson. 
Mrs. J. W. Thackston. 
Mrs. Candace Emmett-Brown. 
Mrs. J. A. Green. 
Mrs. W. T. Clark. 



PROCEEDINGS 

The Prcsl>yterial Auxiliary of Alboniurlo Presbytery met in the 
GohJsboro Church, April 12, 11)17, for tlie nineteentli uniiual .seHsion. 

The meeting was opened by Mrs. Baker, the President, with hymn 
and prayer. 

Minutes of meeting held in Wilson were read and approved. 

Reports of Secretary and Treasurer were read and approved. 

Mrs. John Spicer was elected Recording Secretary. 

Miss Sally Kirby gave the address of welcome and Mrs. Lapsley, of 
Tarboro, responded for the Auxiliary. 

There were present during the session 29 delegates, 10 officers, and 
10 visitors. 

Mr. Crane, Superintendent of Albemarle Presbyterial Home Mis- 
sions, made a short talk, showing the urgent need of an assistant 
during the summer. 

It was moved and carried that the delegates ask their societies to 
contribute to the salary of an assistant, the money to be sent to the 
Presbyterial Auxiliary Treasurer not later than July 1st. The dele- 
gates pledged $95. 

Mrs. Baker read an appeal from Mrs. Winsborough for a home for 
the Woman's Auxiliary at Montreat. Any contributions to this to be 
sent to the Presbyterial Treasurer. 

Report from the meeting of the Synodical Auxiliary was given by 
Mrs. Lacy. 

Mrs. Rankin explained the work of the Snoyodical Auxiliary. 

Mrs. Lacy gave an invitation to the Presbyterial Auxiliary officers 
to attend the meeting of the Snyodical Auxiliary in Raleigh in No- 
vember. 

The President announced the following committees : 

Nomination — Mrs. J. J. Clark, Mrs. Hanrahan, Mrs. E. B. Crow. 

Hospitality — Mrs. J. A. Green, Mrs. C. W. Harvey, Mrs. R. A. Laps- 
ley. 

Reports from societies given. 

The President conducted the devotional, taking "Prayer" as the 
subject during the meetings. 
The Mission Study Class was conducted by Mrs. Charles Rankin. 



MinutcH Ninclccnlk Annual, t^CHHton 



AKTICI'.NO(>i\ SkHHION, 

Mooting; opcncMl with son;,' JiiHi i>njyer. 

Minutes wore read and ai»i»rov('(l. 

Tli(» moctin;^ was turned over to Mrs. J. A, (iref^n, Secretary of 
You UK reoi)le'H Worlc. 

Mrs. Bunch spolce of tlie Vouii;,' I'eople's Work hi the Kaleij,'h 
church. 

Ker>orts from societies were /<iv(!n. 

After the Devotional tlie meeting' adjourned. 

TlIUUSDAY KVENING. 

Address : Foreign Missions," by Mr. Hassell. 

After the address the Auxiliary was given a reception at the home 
of Dr. and Mrs. Robinson by the Woman's Society of Goldsboro. 

FRIDAY MORNING. 

The meeting was opened with song and prayer. 

Minutes were read and approved. 

Reports from societies were continued. 

A letter was read from Mrs. Turnage asking the Women's Socie- 
ties to help in buying windows for the new church in Farmville. 

The secretaries of the Causes gave their reports. These reports 
show that the literature is being now used by the societies, and that 
the weeks of prayer are observed by most of them. There has been 
an increase in the subscriptions to the Survey, 382 being taken and 
131 Prayer Calendars bemg used. There are 7 Foreign Mission 
Study classes and 5 Home Mission. 

Miss Graham spoke about Peace Institute. 

The Orphanage Secretary gave her report and urged every society 
to appoint a secretary of orphanage work. 

After devotional, Mrs. Rankin conducted the Mission Study Class. 

Friday Afternoon. 

Meeting openecl with song and prayer. 

Minutes were read and approved. 

An open discussion was held on "Methods of Woman's Work." 



AUxmiarlc PrcHhytcridl Auxiliary. 



The President called for reporl. of NoniiiintiiiK Comirntteo. They 
reported that they reeoinmeiided t.liat all oMiccirs Ix; re-elected. Their 
rejiort was accepted and the old odicci-s were chicted. 

The Hospitality report was ^dveii hy Mrs, IJarvey. 

Delegates appointed to the Synodical Auxiliary: Mrs, Charles L. 
Ives, Mrs. J. F. Brinlcley. Alternates: Mrs. Ilanrahan, Mrs. Norwood 
Spicer. 

The invitation to meet in Greenville next year was accepted. 

After devotional hour the meeting adjourned. 

TREASURER'S REPORT. 

By balance : $ 35.19 

By interest $ 1.00 

By contingent fund S5.40 

$121.59 

To printing minutes and programs $35.50 

To expenses delegate to Synodical 5.00 

To postage 3.00 

To Mrs. Rankin 7.00 

To expenses secretaries to Presbyterial 0.35 

To exchange 30 

To Synodical contingent fee 28.43 88.58 

By balance $ 33.01 

OFFICERS OF THE SOCIETIES. 

Edenton. 

President — Mrs. M. V. Spry. 

Secretary and Treasurer — Miss Carrie Hassell. 

Elizabeth City. 

President — Mrs. J. B. Black. 

Secretary and Treasurer — Mrs. A. B. Houtz. 

Secretary of Causes — Mrs. L. S. Blades. 

GOLDSBORO. 

President — Mrs. Charles Taylor. ' 

Secretary — Mrs. J. D. Hardin. 



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MinalcH Nine. tec nlli Annual h^mHitm 



Treasurer — Mrs. Norwood Si)i('('r. 
Secretary Literature — Miss Kaclic] liordcn. 
Secretary Foreign Missions — Miss Sopliia Hart. 
Secretary A. Home Missions — Mrs. L. D. Woot(!n, 
Sec. Local Home Missions — Mrs. G. C Suth(!rland. 
Sec. Ch. Ed. and Min. lleliof— Mrs. G, L. Pittman. 
Sec. Y. P. and S. S. Ex. — Mrs. Thomas Brockett. 

Greenville. 

President — Miss Kate Lewis. 
Secretary and Treasurer — Mrs. J. F. Brinlvley. 
Secretary Literature — Mrs. E. W. Harvey. 
Secretary Forei;,'n Missions — Mrs. John Ketchum. 
Sec. A. Home Missions — Mrs. B. W. Moseley. 
Sec. Ch. Ed. and Min. Relief— Mrs. W. B. Baker. 
Sec. Y. P. and S. S. Ex.— Mrs. C. L. Porter. 
Secretary Orphanage — Mrs. B. J. Pulley. 

Hendeuson. 

President — Mrs. T. R. Manning. 
Secretary — Mrs. Mae Cameron. 
Treasurer — Mrs. J. B. Watkins. 

Young Ladies' Mission Band. 

President — Miss Cornelia Gary. 
Secretary — Mrs. Ernest Bunn. 
Treasurer — Miss Bertha Bunn. 
Secretary Orphanage — Mrs. E. M. Rollins. 

KiNSTON. > 

President — Mrs. O. T. Boney. 
Secretary — Mrs. J. H. Parham. 
Treasurer — Mrs. Kleber Denmark. 
Secretary Literature — Mrs. H. E. Shaw. 
Secretary Foreign Missions — Miss Julia Tull. 
Sec. A. Home Missions — Mrs. Hyman Mewbourne. 



Albemarle PrcHhulcrial Auxiliary. 



Sec. Locul Homo Missions — Mrs. Asu Hawkins. 
Sec. Cli. Ed. and Min. Relief— Mrs. (;. V,. Ilanrahan. 
Sec. Y. P. and S. S. Ex. — Mrs. II. II. (irainger. 

New liEKN. 

President — Mrs. Charles L. Ives. 
Secretary — Mrs. Henry R. P.ryan, Jr. 
Treasurer — Mrs. W. L. Hand. 
Secretary Literature — Miss Mary Ward. 
Secretary Foreign Missions — Mrs. E. B. Ellis. 
Sec. A. Home Missions — Mrs. J. N. H. Summerell. 
Sec. Local Home Missions — Miss Mary Ward. 
Sec. Ch. Ed. and Min. Relief— Mrs. E. K. Bishop. 
Sec. Y. P. and S. S. Ex.— Mrs. G. S. Hoi lister. 

Oxford. 

President — Mrs. Candaco Eramett-Brown. 
Secretary — Mrs. S. K. Phillips. 
Secretary Literature — Miss Belle Cooper. 
Secretary Foreign Missions — Mrs. P. H. Montgomery. 
Sec. A. Home Missions — Mrs. W. D. Hart. 
Sec. Local Home Missions — Mrs. W. J. Long. 
Sec. Ch. Ed. and Min. Relief— Mi-s. W. D. Bryan. 
Sec. Y. P. and S. S. Ex.— Miss Mary Williams. 
Sec. Orphanage — Mrs. S. H. Brown. 

OxFOiJD, R. F. D. No. 4. 

President — Miss Alice Daniel. 
Secretary — Miss Anne E. Morton. 
Treasurer — Miss Bessie C. Morton. 

Raleigh. 
Woman's Society for Christian Work. 

President — Mrs. H. G. Stockard. 
Secretary — Mrs. J. B. Wright. 
Treasurer — Mrs. J. C. Little. 



MinulcH NincAccrUh Anti,ual HcfiHon 



Secretary Literatui-(; — Mrs. L. I*. ])inicaii. 
Secretary Forci;;ii Missions — Miss lUmuay. 
Secretary A. Home Missions — Mrs. E. B. (jrow. 
Secretary Local Home Missions — Mrs, C. D. Arthur. 
Sec. Ch. Ed. and Min. Kelief — Mrs. L. H. Lumsden, 
Sec. Y. P. and S. S. Ex. — Mrs. A. (i. Houston. 
Sec. Ori)haua;,'C — Mrs. Frank Hari>er. 

Young Ladies' Auxiliary. 

President — Mrs. T. B. Womack. 
Secretary — Miss Fannie Young. 
Treasurer — Mrs. J. W. Kellos;,'. 
Secretary Orphanage — Miss Sallie Fort. 

Roanoke R^vpids. 

President — Mrs. Will B. Moore. 
Secretary — Mrs. George L. Hayes. 
Treasurer — Mrs. William F. Horner. 

Rocky Mount. 

President — Mrs. H. R. Tliorpe. 

Secretary — Mrs. W. G. Weeks. 

Secretary Literature — Mrs. W. L. Groom. 

Secretary Foreign Mission — Mrs. L. F. Tillery. 

Sec. A. Home Missions— Mrs. T. M. Pridgen. 

Sec. Local Home Missions — Mrs. S. S. Henry. 

Sec. Ch. Ed. and Min. Relief— Mrs. T. H. McPherson. 

Y. P. and S. S. Ex.— Mrs. H. L. Hicks. 

Tabbobo. 

President — Mrs. George Howard. 

Secretary — Mrs. W. S. Wooten. 

Secretary Literature — Mrs. S. N. Harrell. 

Sec. Foreign Missions — Mrs. W. T. Bryan. 

Sec. A. Home Missions — Mrs. H. H. Taylor. 

Sec. Local Home Missions — Mrs. George Holderness. 



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Albemarle J'rcfihijlcrial AuxiiUiry. 



Sec. Ch. Ed. nui\ Miii. Uolicf — Mrs, YA. KohorHon. 
Soc. Y. I', and S. S. lOx.— Mrs. It. A. Lapsley. 
Sec. Orpliuna;^!; — Mrs. O. A. .Toiinsoii. 

Wahiii.xgtox. 

Prosidcnt — Miss S. V. Wiswall. 

Secretary — Miss M. F. Wiswall. 

Treasurer — Miss Tempe Tliorne. 

Secretary Literature — Mrs. Georjj:e Paul. 

Sec. A. Home Missions — Mrs. F. C. Ku;,der. 

Sec. Local Home Missions — Mrs. S. R. Fowle. 

Sec. Ch. Ed. and Min. Relief— Mrs. V. M. Hargrave. 

Sec. Y. P. and S. S. Ex. — Mrs. William Percival. 

Wilson. 

President— Mrs. W. T. Clark. 
Secretary — Mrs. A. N. Daniel. 
Secretary Literature — Mrs. Charles Gay. 
Sec. Foreign Mission.s — Mrs. J. R. Edmundson. 
Sec. A. Home Missions — Mrs. J. R, Edmundson. 
Sec. Local Home Missions — Mrs. J. R. Edmundson. 
Sec. Ch. and Min. Relief — Mrs. Robert C. Jones. 
Sec. Y. P. and S. S. Ex.— Miss Ida Wiggins. 
Sec. Orphanage — Mrs. M. S. Morrison. 



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Minutes Nineteenth Annual HcHHion 



STATISTICAL REPORTS 



Town or 
postoffice. 



A 



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IS. 



c(}^f(r€ 



Name of Society. 



Home 



Edenlon 

;, Elizabeth City ... 

Goldsboro 

Greenville 

Henderson , 

Henderson , 

Kinston , 

New Bern 

-><Oxford , 

/^Oxford, R.F.D. 7. 

Raleisli 

Raleigh 

Rocky Mount 

Roanoke Rapids , 

Tarhoro , 

Washington , 

Washington , 

Wilson 



Woman's Home and Foreign Missionary 

Woman's Missionary 

^Voraan's Society for Christian Work.... 

Woman's Foreign Missionary 

Ladies' Foreign Missionary 

Young Ladies' Mission Circle 

Woman's Missionary 

Woman's Missionary 

\Voman's Auxiliary 

Ladies' Missionary 

Woman's Society for Christian Work.... 

Young Ladies' Auxiliary 

Woman's Auxiliary 

Ladies' Aid 

Woman's Auxiliary 

Woman's Societies 

Payne Memorial Aid 

Woman's Auxiliary 

Totals 



i 
11 
61 

f24- 
29 
18 
45 
40 
24 
91 
50 
92 
25 
52 
77 
10 
47 



l»i I 

78| 7[ 

54 1 26 j 

m i 

13| 15, 

40| 16| 10 
45| 221 5 
78| 13| 3 

151 1 

370| 21 1 

20| lOi 

67 91 9 

54 1 271 

203 1 301 24 

132 1 1 5 

I I 



139| 391. 



7281 $1,381 1 $235 1 $56 



Albemarle Prc.Hhytcrial Auxiliary, 



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OF WOMEN'S SOCIETIES 



Missions 









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197 



$185 I $753 



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5 

104 



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201 295 



I 100 

$42T$402 



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5 1 439 

I ^- 

45 1 1 



245 1 107 

104 1 34 

171 1 

2341 152 

50| 12 

I 25 

349 I 31 
$l7l55T$9T2 



751 
2 



39.00 i 

52.05] 
282.151 
555.75] 

80.001 
•91. 40 1 
705.701 
405.201 
003.451 

40.001 
833.001 
085.50] 
983.80] 
717.751 
917.80] 
530.35] 

25.00] 
188] 4.701 1,463.70] 31 1 
$3358]l;S5r46]$i0;085746T$^ 



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3.75] 
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3.75] 
7.80] 
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—844 

23 

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472 

48 

137 

—2 

305 

250 

345 

208 

376 

224 

203 
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MinutcH NbiclcvnUh Annual ScHy.ion 



STATISTICAL REPORTS OF 



Town ok Postoffice. 


Name of Society. 


Elizabeth City 


Christian Endeavor 


Ooklsboro . 


Christian Endeavor 


GoULsboro 


Cheerful Workers 


Greenville 


Junior Christian Endeavor 


Kinston 


Junior Christian Endeavor 


Kinston ... . 


Intermediate Christian Endeavor '. 


Kinston 


Intermediate Christian Endeavor 


New Bern 


Junior Missionary 


New Bern 


Junior Aid 


New Bern 


Cradle Roll 


Oxford 


Busy Bee 


Oxfoi-d. R. F. D. No 1 


Young Peo7)le's Missionary 


Raleifrh 


Christian Endeavor 


Ralei;j:li 


Busv Bee Band 


Raleij^h 


Pathfinders 


Roclvy Mount 


Christian Endeavor 


Rocky Mount 


Junior Christian Endeavor 


Rocky Mount .. 


Miriams . 


Tillerv Church 


Christian Endeavor 


Tarboro 


Christian Endeavor 


Tarboro 


Junior Christian Endeavor . 


Tarboro 


Intermediate Christian Endeavor 


Washington 


Harvesters 


Wilson 


Philathea 


Wilson 


Christian Endeavor . 


Wilson 


Young Folks .. 







Alhcmarlc PrcHbytvrial Auriliary. 



13 



YOUNG PEOPLE'S SOCIETIES 



Name of Leader. 


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O 


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3 
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Mrs. Delos Crary 


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. 


Mrs. T. P. Brocketc 




Mrs. T. P. Brockett 






Mrs C S Porter 


in 

14 

1 •> 

14 

2.~i 


' 


' 1 ' 


Mrs. H. H. GraiD^Gr 






1 I i 


Mrs. H. H. Grainger 


1 .... 




1 ; 1 ... . 


Mrs. C. S. PloUister 


1 


10 


1 1 


10 

1 . ._ 


Mrs. C. S. Hollister . . . . 


I.I 


Mrs. C. S. Hollister 


i 




1 1 1 


Mrs. M. B. Williams 


1 


2 


1 15| 4| 21 


Miss Alice Daniel 


HI 1 


1 1 1 


Mrs. Allisoji 


50 
G5 

TiO 

22 
20 
12 
27 
30 
44 
40 


1 




1 1 1 


Mrs. B. H. Buncli 


1 


92 




1 92 

1 


Mrs. Houston 


1 1 


Mrs. PI. L. Hicks 


1 .. 




1 1 1 


Mrs. H. L. Hicks 


1 




1 i 


Mrs. H. L. Hicks 


1 




, .. 1 


Mrs. II. L. Hick^: ' 






1 1 L. 


Mrs. W. T. Bryan 


1 1 
1 


25 




1 25 

1 


Mrs. W. T. Bryan 




Mrs. W. T. Bryan 






i 


Miss Wiswall 


22 
12 
44 
23 


1 1 




831 \\\ 1 89 


Miss Ida Wi;jji^ins 




1 30 i 5| 35 

5| 4| 9 

29| 2 31 


Mrs. Lane 






1 


Miss Wiggins 


1 














Totals 




1 5 


$129 


.$831 SS5I S15I.S312 









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SYNODICAL OFFICERS. , 

Honorary President — Mks. Jackson Johnson Winnabow 

President — Mrs. W. B. Ramsey Hickory 

Vice-Presidents — Mrs. J, M. McIver Gulf 

Mrs. O. G. Jones (Jreensboro 

Mrs. J. M. Baker Tarboro 

Mrs. E. D. Brown Loray 

Mrs. J. A. Brown Cbadbourn 

Miss Madeline Orr Charlotte 

Recording Secretary — Mrs. W. T. Bannerman V/ilmington 

Treasurer — Mrs. E. F. Reid Lenoir 

Secretary Foreigii Missions — Mrs. Charles Rankin Hallsboro 

Secretary A. H. M. — Mrs. G. V. Patterson Kings Mountain 

Secretary Local H. M. — Mrs. E. C. Murray Greensboro 

Secretary G. E. and M. R. — Mrs. B. R. Lacy Raleigh 

Secretary Y. P. W. and S. S. Extension — Miss Mamie McElwee, 

Statesville 

Secretary Literature — Mrs. W. S. Lacy Gulf 



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MINUTES 



OF THE 



TWENTIETH ANNUAL SESSION 



OF 



Albemarle Presbyterial Auxiliary 



HELD IN 

GREENVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA 

APRIL 15, 16, 17, 1918 



RALEIGH 

MITCHELL PRINTING COMPANY 

1918 



OFFICERS 

President — Mrs. Julian M. Baker Tarboro 

Vice-President — Mrs. P. M. Johnston Greenville 

Second Vice-President — Mrs. A. P. Thorpe Rocky Mount 

Secretary and Treasurer — Mrs. B. R. Lacy Raleigh 

Secretary of Literature — Mrs. S. N. Harrell Tarboro 

Secretary of Foreign Missions — Mrs. W. W. Faison.., Goldsboro 

Secretary AssemMy's Home Missions — Miss Mary E. Dodson, Kinston 

Secretary S. P. and C. Home Missions — 

Mrs. J. W. Thackston Raleigh 

Secretary Christian Education and Ministerial Relief — 

Mrs. Candace Emmett-Brown 

Secretary Young People's Work and Sunday-school Extension — 

Mrs. J. A. Green Wilson 

Secretary Orphanage Work — Mrs. W. T. Clark Wilson 



EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 

Mrs. Julian Baker. Mrs, W. W. Faison. 

Mrs. p. M. Johnston. Miss Mary E. Dodson. 

Mrs. a. p. Thorpe. Mrs. J. W. Thackston. 

Mrs. B. R. Lacy. Mrs. Candace Emmett-Brown. 

Mrs. S. N. Harrell. Mrs. W. T. Clark. 

Mrs. J. A. Green. 






PROCEEDINGS 

The first meeting was held Monday evening in the Presbyterian 
Church, at 8 :30 o'clock. 

The communion service was conducted by the pastor, Mr. T. K. 
Phillips. 

Tuesday, 9:30 A. M. 

The President opened the meeting with devotional exercises. 

Minutes of last meeting were read and approved. 

Reports of Secretary were read and approved. 

The Secretary reported that three societies had reached the Stand- 
ard of Excellence: Woman's Society of Raleigh, Woman's Auxiliary 
of New Bern, Woman's Missionary Society of Greenville. 

Miss Alice Daniel was elected Recording Secretary. 

Address of Welcome — Miss Miriam McFadyen. 

Response — Mrs. W. E. Fenner. 

There were present 8 officers, 36 delegates, 18 visitors. 

Hospitality Committee : Misses Graham and Daniel and Mrs. Stock- 
ard. 

Reports from societies. 

After hearing from two country churches, Geneva and Oak Hill, 
methods for stimulating interest in missions in the country churches 
and of bringing the societies into the Presbyterial Auxiliary were dis- 
cussed. Mrs. W. B. Ramsey offered two suggestions which had been 
successfully tried in Concord Presbytery : 

(1) That a lively missionary, in the name of the Presbyterial, visit 
the country churches. 

(2) That group institutes be held annually. 

Mrs. Emmett Brown urged that immediate action be taken toward 
forming some plan for these group institutes, and the matter, together 
with ways and means of helping the mill people, was referred to a 
committee consisting of Mesdames Brown, Hanrahan, Conner, Wyche, 
Tillery, and Miss Daniel. 

Reports from the societies were continued. 

The President urged every society to appoint an Orphanage Secre- 
tary and to send her name to Mrs. W. T. Clark, Wilson, N. C. 



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Minutes Twentieth Annual Session 



Devotional exercises on Stewardship of Interest were conducted by 
Mrs. W. B. Ramsey. 

Tuesday Afternoon 

The meeting was opened with devotional exercises conducted by 
Mrs. Ramsey. Subject : Stewardship of Income. 

Mr. Crane brought before the Auxiliary the cause of Synodical and 
Presbyterial Home Missions, and urged the societies to give these 
causes due attention and hearty support. 

The minutes of the morning session were read and approved. 

The matter of changing article 7 of the Constitution was referred 
to the following committee : Miss Dodson, Mrs. Thackston, and Mrs. 
Johnston. 

Miss Victoria Hudson explained the plan for building a dining-room 
and kitchen at Barium Springs. The building is to be erected at the 
end of three years, when the required amount of $25,000 has been 
raised. Of this amount, $3,200 has been apportioned to Albemarle 
Presbyterial Auxiliary. The cause received most loyal support, and 
It was voted that the Auxiliary meet her apportionment. 

Reports from the following secretaries were heard : 

Secretary, Literature — Mrs. S. N. Harrell. 

Secretary, Assistant Home Missions — Miss Mary E. Dodson. 

Secretary, Christian Education and Ministers' Relief — Mrs. C. Em- 
mett Brown. 

Secretary, S. P. C. Home Missions — Mrs. J. W. Thackston. 

Secretary, Foreign Missions— Mrs. W. W. Faison. 

Tuesday, 8:30 P. M. 

Address — Prof. Andrew Allison of the James Sprunt Institute, 
Kiangyin, China. Subject: Christ, the Great Need of Old and New 
China. 

Wednesday, 9:30 A. M. 

Mrs. W. B. Ramsey conducted the devotional exercises, her subject 
being "Stewardship of Intercession." 

Mrs. J. F. Brinkley, delegate to Synodical Auxiliary, made her re- 
port. 

A telegram of sympathy was sent to Mrs. W. D. Morton. 



Alhemm^le Preshyterial AuxiUari 



A plan for building at Richmond a home for returned missionaries 
was discussed. It was moved and carried that it is with sorrow the 
Presbyterial Auxiliary has decided that at this time we do not feel 
in a position to assume our portion of the responsibility of erecting 
this much needed building. 

Miss Graham, of Peace Institute, made a stirring address on 
"Christian Education." 

Mr. S. K. Phillips urged the Presbyterial Auxiliary to use every 
effort to keep Peace Institute in Raleigh. 

By a unanimous vote, it was decided to send an overture to the 
Presbytery pledging the interest and support of the Auxiliary. 

The following report was presented in regard to change of article 7 
of Constitution : 

"We recommend that article 7 be changed to read three years. The 
election of officers should be so arranged that four officers should be 
elected each year to hold for three years. No one to hold office more 
than two terms." 

This recommendation was adopted. 

The following report was heard from committee appointed to enlist 
more country and mill churches in Albemarle Presbyterial Auxiliary : 

"We, the committee, recommend the Presbyterial plan, an itinerary 
to rural and mill churches. We recommend that a missionary and a 
representative of the Presbyterial Auxiliary be appointed to reach 
the various points of this itinerary, and recommend that an Extension 
Committee be appointed to correspond with Dr. Egbert Smith in 
regard to securing a woman missionary if possible and of making 
arrangements for the fulfillment of these plans." 

This recommendation was adopted, and the President requested 
time for consideration before appointing this Extension Committee. 

The Farmville and Snow Hill churches joined the Auxiliary and 
made their reports. 

Wednesday Afternoon 

The devotional was led by Miss Mamie McElwee. 

Discussion of Young Peoples' Work. 

Mrs. Green urged the Young Peoples' Societies to support the Loan 
Fund for graduates of Barium Springs who wished to pursue a higher 
education. 



Minutes Twentieth Annual Session 



Reports from Young Peoples' Societies were heard. 

Miss Miriam McFadyen made a talk on Junior Mission Study Class. 

Miss McElwee urged the Young Peoples" Societies to send delegates 
to the Summer Conference for Young People at Montreat. 

The report of the Hospitality Committee was accepted. 

Three societies joined the Presbyterial Auxiliary: Geneva, Farm- 
ville, and Snow Hill. 

The invitation to meet in Roanoke Rapids next year was accepted. 

After devotional, led by Mrs. Baker, the meeting adjourned. 

TREASURER'S REPORT 

Assets 

Balance brought forward $33.01 

Mr. Crane's assistant 68.00 

Woman's Building, Montreat 3.00 

Interest 32 

Synodical dues 30.22 

Presbyterial dues 62.43 

Conference for colored women 6.45 



$203.43 
Liabilities 

Printing $32.00 

Woman's Building 3.00 

Mr. Crane's assistant 68.00 

Stamps, etc 5.00 

Expenses of officers 25.61 

Conference for colored women 6.45 

Synodical dues 30.22 

Balance on hand 33.15 



$203.43 



Edenton 

President — Mrs. M. V. Spry. 

Secretary and Treasurer — Mrs. Carrie Morgan. 



Albemarle Preshyterial Auxiliary. 



Elizabeth City 

President — Mrs. J. B. Black. \ 

Secretary and Treasurer — Mrs. A. B. Hontz. 
Secretary of Causes — Mrs. L. S. Blades. 

Farmville 

President — Mrs. T. C. Turnage. 
Secretary — Miss Ida Myers. 
Treasurer — Miss Eleanor Warren. 

Goldsboro 

President — Mrs. Peter Mclutyre. 

Secretary — Mrs. T. P. Brockett. 

Treasurer — Mrs. Norwood Spicer. 

Secretary Foreign Mission — Mrs. D. B. Faison. 

Sec. Ass. Home Missions — Mrs. W. C. Monroe. 

Sec. S. P. and C. Home Missions — Mrs. John Spicer. 

Sec. Ch. Ed. and Min. Relief— Mrs. W. C. Monroe. 

Secretary Orphanage — Mrs. E. W. Vick. 

Greenville 

President — Mrs. J. F. Brinkley. 
Secretary-Treasurer — Mrs. C. W. Harvey. 
Secretary Literature — Mrs. P. M. Johnston. 
Secretary Foreign Missions — Mrs. R. H. Wright. 
Sec. Ass. Home Missions — Miss Mittie Beaman. 
Sec. S. P. C. Home Missions — Miss Mittie Beaman. 
Sec. Ch. Ed. and Min. Relief— Mrs. T. R. Moore. 
Sec. Y. P. and S. S. Exten. — Miss Keeter. 
Secretary Orphanage — Mrs. C. L. Porter. 

Henderson 

President — Mrs. F. A. Macon. 
Secretary and Treasurer — Miss Lizzie Watkins. 
Secretary Literature — Mrs. T. W. Upton. 
Secretary Foreign Missions — Mrs. C. A. Rodwell. 



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Sec. Ass. Home Missions — Miss Mary Perry. 
Sec. S. P. C. Home Missions — Miss Cornelia Gary. 
Sec. Ch. Ed. and Min. Relief — Mrs. B. Frank Harris. 
Sec. Y. P. and S. S. Exten. — Miss Bertha Bunn. 
Secretary Orphanage — Mrs. E. M. Rollins. 

Kinston 

President — Mrs. H. E. Shaw. 
Secretary — Mrs. H. H. Grainger. 
Treasurer — Mrs. K. Denmark. 
Secretary Literature — Mrs. O. T. Boney. 
Secretary Foreign Missions — Miss Julia TuU. 
Sec. Ass. Home Missions — Mrs. J. H. Mewborne. 
Sec. S. P. C. Home Missions — Mrs. A. C. Hawkins. 
Sec. Ch. Ed. and Min. Relief— Mrs. J. H. Parham. 



New Bern 

President — Mrs. H. R. Bryan, Jr. 
Secretary-Treasurer — Mrs. W. H. Newell. 
Secretary Literature — Miss Mary Ward. 
Secretary Foreign Missions — Mrs. E. B. Ellis. 
Sec. Ass. Home Missions — Mrs. E. K. Bishop. 
Sec. S. P. C. Home Missions — Miss Mary Ward. 
Sec. Ch. Ed. and Min. Relief— Mrs. C. L. Ives. 
Sec. Y. P. and S. S. Exten.— Mrs. C. T. Hollister. 



Oxford 

President — Mrs. Emmett Brown. 
Secretary — Mrs. Alfred Sails. 
Secretary Literature — Mrs. J. A. Duke. 
Secretary Foreign Missions — Mrs. D. C. Mclver. 
Sec. Ass. Home Missions — Mrs. Evelyn Parham. 
Sec. S. P. C. Home Missions — Miss Belle Cooper. 
Sec. Ch. Ed. and Min. Relief— Miss Marie Medford. 
Sec. Y. P. and S. S. Exten.— Miss Bessie Howell. 



Albemarle Preshyterial Auxiliary. 



Oak Hill Church, Oxford, R. F. D. 4 

President — Miss Alice G. Daniel. 

Secretary — Miss Annie E. Morton. 

Treasurer — Miss Bessie Morton. 

Secretary Literature — Miss Anna Royster. 

Secretary Foreign Missions — Mrs. J. T. Morton. 

Sec. Ass. Home Missions — Miss Maggie Burwell. 

Sec. S. P. C. Home Missions — Miss Helen Daniel. 

Sec. Ch. Ed. and Min. Relief — Miss Maggie Wilson. 

Sec. Y. P. and S. S. Exten. — Miss Jessie Morton. 

Secretary Orphanage — Mrs. G. B, Royster, Virgilina, Va. 

Geneva Church, Oxford, R. F. D. 1 

President — Mrs. Means. 

Secretary and Treasurer — Mrs. E. B. Meadows. 
Secretary of Causes — Mrs. E. B. Meadows. 
Sec. Y. P. and S. S. Exten.— Mrs. Ottio Daniel. 

Raleigh, Woman's Society for Christian Work 

President — Mrs. H. G. Stockard. 
Secretary — Mrs. J. B. Wright. 
Treasurer — Mrs. J. C. Little. 
Secretary Literature — Mrs. L. P. Duncan. 
Secretary Foreign Missions — Mrs. B. R. Lacy. 
Sec. Ass. Home Missions — Mrs. E. B. Crow. 
Sec. S. P. C. Home Missions — Mrs. E. B. Crow. 
Sec. Ch. Ed. and Min. Relief^Mrs. E. B. Crow. 
Sec. Y. P. and S. S. Exten.— Mrs. A. G. Houston. 
Sec. Orphanage — Mrs. F. M. Harper. 

Raleigh Young Ladies* Auxiliary 

President — Mrs. Robert Wyatt. 
Secretary — Mrs. Albert Murray. 
Treasurer — Miss Katherine Rogers. 
Secretary Literature — Mrs. T. B. Womack. 
Sec. Ass. Home Missions — Miss Sallie Fort. 
Sec. S. P. C. Home Missions— Mrs. Shaw. 



10 Minutes Twentieth Annual Session 



Rocky Mount 

President — Mrs. H. C. Brewer. 
Secretary — Mrs. J. B. Trenholm. 
Secretary Literature — Mrs. L. F. Tillery. 
Secretary Foreign Missions — Mrs. F. A. Sutton. 
Sec. Ass. Home Missions — Mrs. L. P, Christman. 
Sec. S. P. C. Home Missions — Mrs. A. A. Northcott. 
Sec. Ch. Ed. and Min. Relief— Mrs. A. P. Thorpe. 
Sec. Y. P. and S. S. Exten.— Mrs. H. L. Hicks. 

Roanoke Rapids 

President — Mrs. C. A. Wyche. 

Secretary and Treasurer — Mrs. Job Taylor, 

Secretary Orphanage — Miss Julia Thompson. 

Snow Hill 

President — Mrs. W. B. Murphy. 
Secretary-Treasurer — Miss Rosabelle Lassiter. 

Tarboro 

President — Mrs. R. B. Peters. 
Secretary — Mrs. W. S. Wooten. 
Secretary Literature — Mrs. S. N. Harrell. 
Secretary Foreign Missions — Mrs. Ed Purvois. 
Sec. Ass. Home Missions — Mrs. H. H. Taylor. 
Sec. S. P. C. Home Missions — Mrs. George Howard. 
Sec. Ch. Ed. and Min. Relief — Mrs. Ed Roberson. 
Sec. Y. P. and S. S. Exten.— Mrs. R. A. Lapsley, Jr. 

Washington 
President — Mrs. S. F. Wiswall. 
Secretary — Miss M. P. Wiswall. 
Treasurer — Miss Tempe Thorne. 
Secretary Literature — Mrs. George Paul. 
Secretary Foreign Missions — Mrs. W. H. Russ. 



Albemarle Preshyterial Auxiliary. 11 

Sec. Ass. Home Missions — Mrs. H. N. Blount. 
See. S. P. C. Home Missions:— Mrs. S. R. Fowle. 
See. Ch. Ed. and Min. Relief — Mrs. V. M. Hargrave. 
Sec. Y. P. and S. S. Exten.— Miss Etta Baker. 

Wilson 

President— Mrs. W. T. Clark. 

Secretary — Mrs Ida N. Daniel. 

Secretary Literature — Mrs. Charles Gay. ; 

Secretary Foreign Missions — Mrs. L. N. Herring. 

Sec. Ass. Home Missions — Mrs. L. N. Herring. 

Sec. S. P. C. Home Missions — Mrs. L. N. Herring. 

Sec. Ch. Ed. and Min. Relief— Mrs. R. C. Jones. 

Sec. Y. P. and S. S. Exten.— Miss Ida Wiggins. 



12 



Minutes Tiventicth Anmial Session 



STATISTICAL REPORTS 



Town or 
postoffice. 



Name of Society. 



Home 



Edeiitou 

Elizabeth City .. 

Farmville 

Goldsboro 

Greenville 

Henderson 

Kinston 

New Bern 

Oxford 

Oxford, R.F.D. 7 
Oxford, R.F.D. 1. 

Raleigh 

Raleigh 

Rocky Mount .— 
Roanoke Rapids 

Snow Hill 

Tarboro 

Washington 

Washington 

Wilson 



Woman's Home and Foreign Missionary 

Woman's Missionary 

Ladies' Aid 

Woman's Society for Christian Work.... 

Woman's Missionary 

Woman's Auxiliary 

Ladies' Missionary Society 

Woman's Auxiliary 

Woman's Auxiliary 

Ladies' Missionary 

Woman's Missionary 

Woman's Society for Christian Work.... 

Young Ladies' Auxiliary 

Woman's Auxiliary 

Ladies' Aid 

Ladies' Missionary and Aid 

Woman's Auxiliary 

Woman's Society 

Payne Memorial 

Woman's Auxiliary 

Totals 



8 
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7 

62 
28 
50 
20 
75 
35 
26 
12 
107 
52 
87 
27 
12 
52 
65 
20 
47 



155 
14 
86 
75 
74 
55 
15 
5 

832 
20 

147 
54 
12 

225 

111 



99 



802 



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$ 2 



$ 3 



60 
28 
19 
30 
85 
11 
2 
5 
56 



10 
3 



10 
6 



100 



15 
5 



$524 



$71 



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290.00 

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907.05 

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298 
94 

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121 

139 

1,406 

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133 


120 

106 

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150 

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486 

106 


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1,260 

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311 


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275 


60 


7.05 


211 








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$3,228 


$562 


$77 


$573 


$16 


$1,851 


$3,171 


$92.65 


$13,032.65 


$16 


$2,951 



SYNODICAL OFFICERS FOR 1917-1918 

President — Mrs. W. B. Ramsey Hickory 

Vice-Presidents — 

Mrs. J. M. Baker Tarboro 

Miss Macie McGinn .....Charlotte 

Mrs. E. L. Brown China Grove 

Mrs. F. p. Hall Belmont 

Mrs. W. M. Baker Wilmington 

Mrs. J. M. McIver Gulf 

Mrs. O. G. Jones Greensboro 

Secretary — Mrs. W. T. Bannerman Wilmington 

Treasurer — Mrs. A. G. Carter Sanford 

Secretary Foreign Missions — Mrs. J. A. Brown Chadbourn 

Secretary Assemhly's Home Missions — Mrs. R. N. Page Biscoe 

Secretary Young People's Work and Sunday-school Extension — 

Miss Mamie McElwee , Statesville 

Secretary S. P. G. Home Missions — Mrs. E. C. Murray.. ....Greensboro 

Secretary Christian Education and Ministerial Relief — 

Mrs. B. R. Lacy Raleigh 

Secretary Literature — Mrs. W. S. Lacy Gulf 

Secretary Orphanage — Mrs. J. T. French Wilmington 



-C->*^*^>^ 



MINUTES 



OF THE 



TWENTY-FIRST ANNUAL SESSION 



OF 



Albemarle Presbyterial Auxiliary 



HELD IN 

ROANOKE RAPIDS, NORTH CAROLINA 

APRIL 9, 10, 11, 1919 



RALEK5H 

MITCHEUU PRINTING COMPANY 

t«19 



OFFICERS 

President — Mrs. J. M. Baker Tarboro 

Vice-President — Miss Mary O. Graham Raleigh 

Secretary and Treasurer — Mrs. S. K. Phillips Greenville 

Secretary of Literature — Mrs. J. H. Harrison Roanoke Rapids 

Secretary of Foreign Missions — Mrs. J. F. Beckwith, Roanoke Rapids 

Secretary Assembly's Home Missions — Miss Mary Dodson Kinston 

Secretary S. P. and C. Home Missions — 

Mrs. J. W. Thackston Raleigh 

Secretary Christian Education and Ministerial Relief — 

Mrs. C. E. Brown Oxford 

Secretary Young People's \Vork and Sunday School Ex-tension — 

Mrs. J. A. Green Wilson 

Secretary Orphanage — Mrs. W. T. Clark Wilson 



EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 

Mrs. J. M. Baker Miss Mary E. Dodson 

Miss Mary O. Graham Mrs. J. W. Thackston 

Mrs. S. K. Phillips Mrs. C. E. Brown 

Mrs. J. H. Harrison Mrs. J. A. Green 

Mrs. J. F. Beckwith Mrs. W. T. Clark 



ri ^'^' r/ ^ 



PROCEEDINGS 

The first meeting was held Wednesday evening in the Presbyterian 
Church, at 8 :30 o'clock. 

The pastor, Mr. White, welcomed the delegates, and after several 
musical selections had been given an informal reception was held in 
the Sunday School room, 

Thursday, 9:30 A. M. 

The President opened the meeting with devotional exercises. 

Minutes of last meeting were read and approved. 

Reports of Secretary were read and approved. 

Three societies had reached Standard of Excellence: Woman's 
Society of Kinston, Young Ladies' Society of Raleigh, and Dorcas 
Society, Rocky Mount. 

Mrs. J. H. Harrison was elected Recording Secretary. 

Address of Welcome — Mrs. J. F. Beckwith. 

Response — ^Mrs. S. N. Harrell. 

Enrollment of delegates showed 23 delegates present, 5 officers, and 
14 visitors. 

The following committees were appointed, namely : 

Hospitality Committee — Mrs. Jennie K. Hill, Mrs. Jim Jenkins, and 
Mrs. H. E. Shaw. 

Nominating Committee — Mrs. S. S. Hadley, Mrs. Kleber Denmark, 
and Mrs. Manning. 

Reports from societies. 

Devotional conducted by Mrs. George Ramsey. 

Thursday Afternoon 

The meeting was opened with devotional exercises conducted by 
Mrs. George Ramsey. Subject : Religion as an Education. 

Minutes of morning session were read and approved. 

An interesting talk was made by Miss Graham on "Peace Insti- 
tute," showing what a valuable institution it has been and what it 
has done towards the training of our young women for their great 
life work. 



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Minutes Twenty-first Annual Session 



Reports from societies continued. Each society was urged to send 
money to Mr. A. W. Crawford for Albemarle Fund, and be sure to 
mark it "For Albemarle Fund." 

Suggestion was -made by Mr. Allen that each society have a budget 
for the coming year and, if possible, add 20 per cent to the past year. 

Reports from the following secretaries of Causes were heard : 

Mrs. S. N. Harrell, Secretary Literature. 

Mrs. W. W. Faison, Secretary Foreign Missions. 

Miss Mary E. Dodson, Secretary Assembly's Home Missions. 

Mrs. J. W. Thackston, Secretary S. P. and C. Home Missions. 

Mrs. W. T. Clark, Secretary Orphanage. 

Thursday, 8:15 P. M. 

Talk on Korea by Mrs. Martin L. Swinehart. 

Friday, 9:30 A. M. 

Mrs. George Ramsey conducted devotional exercises, her subject 
being "The Law of God." 

The President read a letter of greetings from Mrs. W. B. Ramsey, 
President of Synodical Auxiliary, urging the Presbyterial Auxiliary 
to send delegates to the Woman's Convention in Atlanta. 

Miss Graham gave an interesting talk on the Young People's Con- 
ference, and urged that at least two be sent by each society. 

Mrs. J. A. Green made her report on Young People's work. 

Mrs. Baker read a resolution on forming a separate Young People's 
organization. This was discussed by the Auxiliary, but no action 
taken. 

Mrs. Green urged the support of the Scholarship Fund for Barium 
Springs graduates. 

Miss Jean McAlpine made a talk on Mission Study Class, and gave 
a synopsis of the book on China, recommended for study next year. 

Miss Mabel Hall spoke on Assembly's Home Missions and made a 
plea that better homes be provided our Home Mission workers in the 
mountains. 

Friday Afternoon 

The devotional was led by Mrs. Baker. 

Miss McAlpine made a talk on "The Training School." 



Albemarle Presbyterial Auxiliary. 



Mrs. George Howard suggested that the Presbyterial Auxiliary 
send one girl to the Training School. After discussion, it was moved 
and carried that the Auxiliary adopt Miss McAlpine and pay her ex- 
penses at the school next year. 

The Auxiliary then discussed sending a colored woman to the Con- 
ference at Tuscaloosa. As no one had a suitable woman to suggest, 
motion was deferred and the delegates were asked to discuss this 
question with their societies and be prepared at the next meeting to 
suggest some one. 

The name suggested as suitable for the new building at Barium 
Springs was "Woman's Building." 

The Treasurer stated that owing to increase in cost of printing, 
etc., the contingent fee was not sufficient to meet all expenses. By 
unanimous vote, it was decided to increase the Presbyterial fee to 20 
cents, making fee for Presbyterial and Synodical 25 cents per mem- 
ber. 

The Littleton Aid Society joined the Presbyterial Auxiliary. 

The report of the Hospitality Committee was accepted. 

The report of the Nominating Committee was accepted and the fol- 
lowing officers were elected : 

President — Mrs. J. M. Baker (one year). 

Vice-President — Miss Mary O. Graham (one year). 

Secretary and Treasurer — Mrs. S. K. Phillips (three years). 

Secretary Literature — Mrs. J. H. Harrison (three years). 

Secretary Foreign Missions— Mrs. J. F. Beckwith (three years). 

Secretary Assembly's Home Missions — Miss Dodson (one year). 

Secretary S. P. and C. Home Missions — Mrs. Thackston (two years). 

Secretary Christian Education and Ministerial Relief — Mrs. C. E. 
Brown (two years). 

Secretary Young People's Work — Mrs. J. A. Green (one year). 

Secretary Orphanage — Mrs. W. T. Clark (three years). 

The invitation to meet in Kinston next year was accepted. 

After devotional, led by Mrs. Baker, the meeting adjourned. 



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Treasurer's Report 

By balance $ 39.51 

Contingent Fund 87.10 

Collection 9.10 

Printing $ 35.50 

Stationery and stamps 9.00 

Expenses of officers 16.50 

Expenses of speaker 6.00 

Synodical fee 29.03 

To balance 39.68 



$135.71 $135.71 
Elizabeth City 

Secretary and Treasurer — Mrs. A. B. Hontz. 
Secretary of Causes — Mrs. L. S. Blades. 

Goldsboro 

President — Mrs. Peter Mclntyre. 

Secretary — Mrs. T. P. Brockett. 

Treasurer — Mrs. A. B. Spicer. 

Secretary Literature — Miss Rachel Borden. 

Secretary Foreign Missions — Mrs. Crabtree. 

Sec. Ass. Home Missions — Mrs. Monroe. 

Sec. S. P. and C. Home Missions — Mrs. Monroe. 

Sec. Ch. Ed. and M. R.— Mrs. O'Berry. 

Secretary Orphanage — Mrs. E. W. Vick. 

Greenville 

President — Mrs. J. F. Brinkley. 

Secretary and Treasurer — Miss Kate Lewis. 

Secretary Literature — Mrs. P. M. Johnston. 

Secretary Foreign Missions — Mrs. C. A. Blue. 

Sec. Ass. Home Missions — Miss Beaman. 

Sec. S. P. and C. Home Missions — Miss Beaman. 

Sec. Ch. Ed. and M. R. — Miss Moore. 

Sec. Y. P. and S. S. Ex.— Miss Keeter. 

Secretary Orphanage — Mrs. C. L. Porter. 



Albemarle Preshyterial Auxiliary. 



Henderson 

President — Miss Mary Perry. 

Secretary and Treasurer — Miss Lizzie Watkins. 

Secretary Literature— Miss Annie H. Collins. 

Secretary Foreign Missions — Mrs. C. A. Rodwell. 

Sec. Ass. Home Missions — Miss Bertha Bunn. _„...-— -"""'^ 

Sec. S. P. and C, Home Missions — Miss C. L. Gary. 

Sec. Ch. Ed. and M, R.— Mrs. B. Frank Harris. 

Sec. Y. P. and S. S. Ex.— Mrs. J. R. Porter. 

Secretary Orphanage — Mrs. E. M. Rollins. 

Kinston 

President — Miss Mary Dodson. 

Secretary — Mrs. H. H. Grainger. 

Treasurer — Mrs. S. H. Parham. 

Secretary Literature^ — Mrs. M. W. Cooper. 

Secretary Foreign Missions — Miss Julia Tull. 

Sec. Ass. Home Missions — Mrs. J. H. Mewborne. 

Sec. S. P. and C. Home Missions — Mrs. A. C. Hawkins. 

Sec. Ch. Ed. and M. R.— Mrs. J. H. Parham. 

Sec. Y. P. and S. S. Ex.— Mrs. O. T. Boney. 

New Bern 

President— Mrs, H. R. Bryan, Jr. 

Secretary and Treasurer — Miss Mary Ward. 

Secretary Foreign Missions — Mrs. E. B. Ellis. 

Sec. Ass. Home Missions— Mrs. E. K. Bishop. 

Sec. S. P. and C. Home Missions — Mrs. E, K. Bishop. 

Sec. Ch. Ed. and M. R. — Miss Laura Ives. 

Secretary Orphanage — Miss Bessie Hollister. 

Oxford 

President — Mrs. C. E. Brown. 
Secretary — Mrs. Alfred Sails. 
Secretary Literature — Mrs. J. A. Duke. 
Secretary Foreign Missions — Mrs. D. C. Mclver. 



Minutes Twenty-first Annual Session 



Sec. Ass. Home Missions — Miss E. Parham. 
Sec. S. P. and C. Home Missions — Miss Belle Cooper. 
Sec. Ch. Ed. and M. R. — Miss Marie Medford. 
Sec. Y. P. and S. S. Ex.— Miss Bessie Howell. 

Oak Hill, Oxford, R. F. D. 

President — Miss Alice G. Daniel. 

Secretary — Miss Anne Morton. 

Treasurer — Miss Bessie Morton. 

Secretary Literature — Mrs. Anna Royster. 

Secretary Foreign Missions — Mrs. J. T. Morton. 

Sec. S. P. and C. Home Missions — Miss Helen Daniel. 

Sec. Ch. Ed. and M. R. — Miss Margie Wilson. 

Sec. Y. P. and S. S. Ex. — Miss Alice Daniel. 

Secretary Orphanage — Mrs. C. B. Royster. 

Geneva, Oxford, R. F. D. 

President — Mrs. Paul Means. 

Secretary and Treasurer — Mrs. C. B. Meadows. 

Raleigh Woman's Society 

President — Mrs. George Ramsey. 

Secretary — Miss Flora Boyce. 

Treasurer— Mrs. J. W. Harden. 

Secretary Literature — Mrs. Charles Separk. 

Secretary Foreign Missions — Mrs. L. P. Duncan. 

Sec. Ass. Home Missions — Mrs. J. B. Wright. 

Sec. S. P. and C. Home Missions— Mrs. J. W. Thackston. 

Sec. Ch. Ed. and M. R.— Mrs. E. G. Gaffney. 

Sec. Y. P. and S. S. Ex.— Mrs. R. M. Albright. 

Secretary Orphanage — Mrs. W. R. Crawford. 

Raleigh Young Ladies' Auxiliary 

President — Mrs. Robert J. Wyatt. 
Secretary — Mrs. J. C. Allison. 
Treasurer — Miss Katherine Rogers. 



Albemarle Preshyterial Auxiliary. 



Rocky Mount 

President — Mrs. H. E. Brewer. 
Secretary — Mrs. J. B. Trenholm. 
Secretary Literature — Mrs. R. T. Fountain. 
Secretary Foreign Missions — Mrs. T. H. McPliersou. 
Sec. Ass. Home Missions — Mrs. S. P. Christman. 
Sec. S. P. and C. Home Missions — Mrs. T. P. Allen. 
Sec. Ch. Ed. and M. R. — Mrs. F. M. Pridgen. 
Sec. Y. P. and S. S. Ex.— Mrs. S. F. Tillery. 

Roanoke Rapids 

President — Miss Holladay. 

Secretary — Mrs. L. G. Chase. 

Treasurer — Mrs. Fred Peck. 

Secretary Literature — Mrs. Tucker Stanback. 

Secretary Foreign Missions — Miss Julia Thompson. 

Sec. Ass. Home Missions— Mrs. C. A. Wyche. 

Sec. S. P. and C. Home Missions — Mrs. W. T. Horner. 

Sec. Ch. Ed. and M. R.— Mrs. J. F. Beckwith. 

Sec. Y. P. and S. S. Ex.— Mrs. J. E. Jones. 

Tarboro 

President — Mrs. N. S. Wooten. 
Secretary— Mrs. W. H. Bridgers. 
Treasurer — Mrs. W. H. Bridgers. 
Secretary Literature — Mrs. S. N. Harrell. 
Secretary Foreign Missions — Mrs. C, T. Morrow. 
Secretary Ass. Home Missions — Mrs. J. W. Green. 
Sec. Ch. Ed. and M. R.— Mrs. Ed Roberson. 
Sec. Y. P. and S. S. Ex.— Mrs. R. A. Lapsey. 

Townsville, Nulbush Church 

Secretary — Mrs. Charlie S. Taylor. 



10 Minutes Twenty-first Annual Session 



Washington 

President — Miss S. F. Wiswall. 
Secretary — Miss M. F. Wiswall. 
Treasurer — Mrs. John Fulford. 
Secretary Literature — Mrs. E. T. Stewart. 
Secretary Foreijm Missions — Mrs. W. H. Russ. 
Sec. Ass. Home Missions — Mrs. H. N. Blount. 
Sec. S. P. and C. Home Missions — Mrs. T. R. Fowle. 
Sec. Ch. Ed. and M. R. — Mrs. V. M. Hargrave. 
Sec. Y. P. and S. S. Ex.— Mrs. John McOlure. 

Wilson 

President— Mrs. W. T. Clark. 

Secretary — Mrs. A. N. Daniel. 

Treasurer — Mrs. A. N. Daniel. 

Secretary Literature — Mrs. Charles Gay. 

Secretary Foreign Missions — Mrs. J. P. Lovelace. 

Sec. Ass. Home Missions — Mrs. J. P. Lovelace. 

Sec. S. P. and C. Home Missions — Mrs. J. P. Lovelace. 

Sec. Ch. Ed. and M. R.— Mrs. R. C. Jones. 

Sec. Y. P. and S. S. Ex.— Miss Ida Wiggins. 



Albemarle Presbyterial Auxiliary. ll 

SYNODICAL AUXILIARY OFFICERS 

President — Mrs. W. B, Ramsey Hickory 

Vice-Presidents — 

Mrs. R. N. Page Biscoe 

Mrs. E. L. Brown „ China Grove 

Mrs. F. p. Hall Belmont 

Mrs. W. M. Baker Wilmington 

Mrs. West Fayetteville 

Mrs. O. G. Jones Greensboro 

Mrs. J. M. Baker Tarboro 

Secretary — Mrs. S. A. Robinson Gastonia 

Treasurer — Mrs. A. G. Carter Sanford 

Secretary Foreign Missions — Mrs. J. A, Brown Chadbourn 

Secretary Assembly's Home Missions — Mrs. R. N. Page Biscoe 

Secretary Young People and Sunday School Extension — 

Miss Mamie McElwee Statesville 

Secretary S. P. C. Home Missions — Mrs. E. C. Murray Greensboro 

Secretary Christian Education and Ministerial Relief — 

Mrs. George Howard Tarboro 

Secretary Literature — Mrs. W. S. Lacy Gulf 

Secretary Orphanage — Mrs. J. T. French.... Wilmington 



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Minutes Twenty-first Annual Session. 



STATISTICAL REPORTS 



Town or 
fostoffice. 



Name of Society. 



Home 



Elizabeth City 

Goldsboro 

Greenville 

Henderson... 

Kinston 

New Bern 

Oxford 

Oxford, R. F. D.. 
Oxford, R. F. D.. 

Raleigh 

Raleigh 

Rocky Mount 

Roanoke Rapids. 

Tarboro 

Towns ville 

Washington 

Washington 

Wilson 



Woman's Missionary 

Woman's Society for Christian Work. 

Woman's Missionary 

Woman's Auxiliary 

Woman's Auxiliary 

Woman's Auxiliary 

V/oman's Auxiliary 

Geneva Ladies' Missionary 

Oak Hill Ladies' Missionary 

Woman's Society for Christian Work. 

Young Ladies' Auxiliary 

Woman's Auxiliary 

Ladies' Aid 

Woman's Auxiliary 

Missionary 

Women's Societies 

Payne Memorial 

Woman's Auxiliary 

Totals 



8 
60 
22 
36 
26 
32 
27 

7 
20 
87 
60 
105 
22 
52 
14 
85 
42 
46 



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127 

128 

69 

65 

82 

81 

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363 

43 

130 

85 

227 

2 

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195 



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13 



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$425 


$69 


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$3206 


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MINUTES 



OF THE 



Twenty-Second Annual Session 



Albemarle Presbyterial Auxiliary 



HELD IN 



KiNSTON, North Carolina 

APRIL 12, 13, 14, 1920 



AYDEN 

ANDREWS PRINTING COMPANY. INC. 

1920 



OFFICERS 

President — Miss Mary O. Graham Raleigh 

Vice-President — Mrs. H. L. Hicks Rocky Mount 

Secretary and Treasurer — Mrs. S. K. Phillips Greenville 

Secretary of Literature — Mrs. O. T. Boney Kinston 

Secretary Foreign Missions — Mrs. J. F. Beckwith Roanoke Rapids 

Secretary Assembly's Home Missions — 

Mrs. Claude B. Foy New Bern 

Secretary S. P. and C. Missions — 

Mrs. J. W. Thackston Raleigh 

Secretary Christian Education and Ministerial Relief — 

Miss Lizzie Watkins Henderson 

Secretary Young People's Work and Sunday School Extension — 

Mrs. B. H. Bunch Raleigh 

Secretary Orphanage — Mrs. W. T. Clark Wilson 



EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 

Miss Mary O. Graham Mrs. Claude B. Foy 

Mrs. H. L. HicKs Mrs. J. W. Thackston 

Mrs. S. K. Phillips Miss Lizzie Watkins 

Mrs. O. T. Boney Mrs. B. H. Bunch 

Mrs. J. F. Beckwith Mrs. W. T. Clark 



(%3'lS 

hav/3 



PROCEEDINGS 



The opening meeting of Albemarle Presbyterial was held Monday 
evening in the Presbyterian Church. Prayer and welcome by the pas- 
tor, Rev. G. B. Hanrahan; a vocal solo and introduction of Miss An- 
gevine, of The New York Bible School. For forty-five minutes she 
held the undivided attention of every one present, and gave a wonder- 
ful study from the Gospel according to Mark. 

Dr. Buchanan of Japan was presented and made a most interest- 
ing address on Foreign Missions, and appealed for an increase of 
interest. 

At 10:00 p. m. the meeting adjourned for a social at the hospita- 
ble home of Mrs. J. H. Parham. 

Tuesday 9:30 A. M. 

Albemarle Presbyterial was officially called to order by the Presi- 
dent, Mrs. J. M. Baker. 

Mr. Buchanan was given ten minutes to present the work and 
needs of his field, devotionals followed, led by the President. 

Minutes of the last meeting in Roanoke Rapids were read and 
approved. 

Report of the Secretary-Treasurer read and api)roved. 

The societies reaching the Standard of Excellence are as follows: 
Greenville, Henderson, Oxford R. F. D. No. 4, Raleigh-Woman's 
Auxiliary. 

Five Auxiliaries on the Foreign Mission Honor Roll — Goldsboro, 
Henderson, New Bern, Oxford and Raleigh-Woman's Auxiliary. 

$vlrs. H. H. Grainger, of Kinston, was elected Recording Secretary. 

The x\ddress of Welcome was given by Miss Mary Dodson. 

Response by Mrs. S. K. Phillips, of Greenville. 

The enrollment of delegates showed 26 delegates, 5 officers and 
18 visitors, a small increase over last year. 

President appointed the following committees: « 

Hospitality Committee — Mrs. H. L. Hicks, Miss Lizzie Watkins, 
and Miss Evelvn Howell. 



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^ 



Minutes Twenty-second Annual Session 



Nominating Committee — Mrs. B. R. Lacy, Mrs. J. H. Parliam 
and Mrs. C. C. Vines. 

Miss Davis, of Peace Institute, brought greetings and regrets 
from Miss Mary Graham. 

Reports from the auxiliaries showed some increase with Tarboro 
leading in totals and Oxford in per capita. 

Miss Angevine led the closing devotionals with another study 
from the 2nd and 3rd chapters of Mark, after which we adjourned to 
lunch with Mrs. H. E. Shaw at her home on Liberty Hill. 

Tuesday 2:30 P. M. 

Afternoon session opened with prayer by Mrs. Lacy. 

Minutes of the morning session read and approved. 

Reports from the auxiliaries continued. 

Mrs. George Howard, Synodieal Secretary for Christian Educa- 
tion and Ministerial Relief, asked that we adopt another student or 
two for the Assembly's Training School in Richmond. The name of 
Miss Gertrude Pearce, of Rocky Mount, was suggested — tabled as 
new business. 

The Treasurer urged that the delegates impress their auxiliaries 
with the need of the full payment of the Contingent Fee. The Presi- 
dent then explained the necessity for this, our only means for financing 
the Presbyterial, and asked that they meet this obligation from the 
local treasuries. 

Motion was made and carried that every auxiliary report every 
member and pay Contingent Fee in full. 

Mrs. Lacy, for the Synodieal Committee on Finance, brought a 
recommendation that the Synodieal Fee be increased to 10c per mem- 
ber, 5c of this to be held as an Equalization Fund from which the 
weaker Presbyterials can draw for expense. 

This recommendation was moved, seconded and carried. 

Reports showed that only six Auxiliaries in Albemarle had con- 
tributed to the funds for the African Homes. Mrs. Butler, of Golds- 
boro, made a plea for our hearty support of this fund. 

Miss Dodson, Secretary of Assembly's Home Missions, gave her 
report and recommended as a study book, "The Church and Com- 
munity." 

Mrs. Thackston, Secretary of S. P. and C. Home Missions, re- 



Albemarle Presbyterial Auxiliary 



ported an increase of interest, and S150.00 as Albemarle's apportion- 
ment for Mr. Cranes' salary. She was instructed to apportion same 
to auxiliaries and notify each of their amount. 

Mrs. W. T. Clark, Secretary of Orphanage Work, reported 
$2,200.00 paid towards the equipment at Barium Springs and $900.00 
needed. Mrs. Baker urged our support to this call. The new building 
to be named "The Lottie Walker Memorial Building" in memory of 
the Superintendent's wife. 

Miss Angevine gave her third study from the Gospel of Mark. 

Tuesday 8:00 P. M. 

Special music, address on "Efficiency" by Miss McElwee, and Miss 
Angevine's last study from the 11th chapter of Mark. 

Wednesday 10:30 A. M. 

The burning of the Church a few minutes before time to open the 
morning session delayed our assembling until 10:30, when the Baptist 
Church nearby became our hosts. 

Minutes of Tuesday's meeting read and approved. 

The Presbyterial voted to adopt only one girl at the Training 
School, the selection to be left to Mrs. George Howard. 

Report from Mrs. J. H. Harrison, Secretary Literature, was read, 
also her resignation, the latter accepted. 

Mrs. Lacy's report of the Synodical showed that Albemarle stood 
first in gifts, second in membership and fourth in Survey subscribers. 

The importance of using Surveys and Prayer Callendars was dis- 
cussed at length. 

Mrs. J. A. Green, Secretary of Young People's Work, gave her 
report. 

Miss McElwee, Synodical Secretary for Young People's Work, 
gave an interesting talk on this work. 

After sentence prayers the session adjourned for lunch in the 
Baptist Church. 

Wednesday 2:00 P. M. 

Prayer by Mrs. Brinkley. 

Mrs. Lacy recommended that a committee on "Organization of 
Young People's Work" be appointed. This committee to work with 



6 Minutes Twenty-second Annual Session 

the Secretary of Y. P. Work and present plans to the Presbyterial. 
Synod had recommended this. The following committee was appoint- 
ed: Mrs. B. H. Bunch, Raleigh; Mrs. Leonard; Wilson; and Mrs. H. 
H. Grainger, Kins ton. 

Report of the Nominating Committee: 

President — Miss Mary O. Graham, Raleigh. 

Vice-President — Mrs. H. L. Hicks, Rocky Mount. 

Secretary Assembly's Home Missions — Mrs. Claude B. Foy, New 
Bern. 

Secretary Christian Education and Ministerial Relief — Miss Lizzie 
Watkins, Henderson. 

Secretary Young People's Work and Sunday School Extension — 
Mrs. B. H. Bunch, Raleigh. 

Secretary Literature — Mrs. O. T. Boney, Kinston. 

Report of the Hospitality Committee accepted. 

Mrs. Foy, of New Bern, extended the invitation for the meeting 
in 192L Accepted. 

A purse of $55.80 was made up for the Young Matron's Circle to 
be used for the new church building. Mr. Hanrahan being present, 
thanked the ladies of Albemarle for same. 

Mrs. Baker, as retiring President, thanked the ladies for their un- 
tiring support and co-operation. 

Closing prayer and the meeting adjourned to meet in New Bern. 



Treasurer's Report 

By balance $ 6 68 

Contingent Fund _ 152 45 

Typewriting 

Printing mi nu tes 

Stamps and stationery 

Ofificer's expends, 

Printing programmes ^ 

Synodical fee 

Speakers expenses 

To balance 



$ 1 


00 


44 


00 


2 91 


10 52" 


5 


50 


28 


77 


14 


28 


52 


15 



$159 13 $159 13 



Albemarle Presbyterial Auxiliary 



Edenton 

President— Mrs. W. T. Wadley. 
Seci:etary and Treasurer — Mrs. M. V. Spry. 
Secretary for all caused — Mrs). M. V. Spry. 

Elizabeth Ci^ty 

Secretary and Treasurer — Mrs. A. B. Hontz. 
Secretary for all Causes — Mrs. L. S. Blades. 

GOLDSBORO 

President — Mrs. Peter Mclntyre. 

Secretary — Mrs. T. P. Brockett. 

Treasurer — Mrs. Antoinette Spieer. 

Secretary Foreign Missions— Mrs. M. Bizzelle. 

Secretary Assembly's Home Missions — Mrs. Kate McDonald. 

Greenville 

President— Mrs. R. H. Wright. 
Secretary and Treasurer — Miss M. Beaman. 
Secretary Literature — Mrs. B. J. Pulley. 
Secretary Foreign Missions — Mrs. C. C. Vines. 
Secretary Assembly's ^ome Missions — Mrs. J. F. Brinkley. 
Secretary S. P. and C. Missions — Mrs. J. F. Brinkley. 
Secretary Chris. Ed. and Min. Relief — Mrs. C. W. Harvey. 
Secretary Y. P. and S. S. Ext. — Miss Eva Keeter. 

Henderson 

President— Mrs. R. G. Kittrell. 

Secretary and Treasurer — Miss Lizzie Watkins. 

Secretary Literature — Mrs. E. M. Rolling. ^ 

Secretary Foreign Missions — Mrs^T. W. Upton. 

Secretary Assembly's Home Missions — Mrs. R. Y. McAden. 

Secretary S. P. and C. Missions — Mrs. R. A. White. 

Secretary Chris. Ed. and Min Relief — Miss Elizabeth Watkins. 

Secretary Y. P. and S. S. Ext. — Mrs. John Porter. 



Minutes Twenty-second Annual Session 



KiNSTON 

President — Miss Mary Dodson. 

Secretary — Mrs. H. H; Grainger. 

Treasurer — Mrs. C. W. Perry. 

Secretary Literature — Mrs. A. C. Hawkins. 

Secretary Foreign Missions — Mrs. J. H. Mewborne. 

Secretary Assembly's Home Missions — Mrs. H. H. Taylor. 

Secretary S. P. and C. Missions — Mrs. J. O. Temple. 

Secretary Chris. Ed. and Min. Relief — Mrs. J. H. Parham. 

Secretary Y. P. and S. S. Ext.— Mrs. F. E. Wallace. 

Secretary Prayer Band and Bible Study — Mrs. H. E. Shaw. 

Littleton 
President — Mrs. W. H. Johnston. 
Treasurer — Mrs. E. B. Perry. 

New Bern 

President — Mrs. H. R. Bryan, Jr. 
Secretary and Treasurer — Miss Mary Ward. 
Secretary Literature — Mrs. J. M. Spencer. 
Secretary Foreign Missions — Mrs. E. B, Ellis. 
Secretary Assembly's Home Missions — Mrs. E. K. Bishop. 
Secretary S. P. and C. Missions — Mrs. E. K. Bishop. 
Secretary Chris. Ed. and Min. Relief — Miss Laura Ives. 
Secretary Y. P. and S. S. Ext. — Miss Mary Ward. 
Secretary Prayer Band and Bible Study — Mrs. J. N. H. Sum- 
merell. 

Oxford 

President — Mrs. Alfred Sails. 
Secretary and Treasurer — Mrs. Duke. 
Secretary Literature — Mrs. Joe Baird. 
Secretary Foreign Missions — Mrs. D. C. Mclver. 
Secretary Assembly's Home Missions — Mrs. Elvyn Parham. 
Secretary S. P. and C. Missions — Miss Belle Cooper. 
Secretary Chris. Ed. and Min. Relief — Mrs. W. D. Bryan. 
Secretary Y. P. and S. S. Ext.— Miss Evelyn Howell. 

Oxford R. F. D. No. 1 
Secretary — Mrs. E. B. Meadows. 



Albemarle Preshyterial Auxiliary 



Oxford R. F. D. No. 4 

President — Miss Alice G. Daniel. 

Secretary — Miss Annie Morton. 

Treasurer — Miss Bessie Morton. 

Secretary Literature — Mrs. Anna Royster. 

Secretary Foreign Missions — Mrs. J. T. Morton. 

Secretary Assembly's Home Missions — Miss Renthy Dixon. 

Secretary S. P. and C. Missions — Miss Helen Daniel. 

Secretary Chris. Ed. and Min. Relief — Miss Margie Wilson. 

Secretary Y. P. and S. S. Ext. — Miss Josie Morton. 

Raleigh Woman's Auxiliary 

President — Mrs. B. R. Lacy. 
Secretary — Miss Katherine Stronach. 
Treasurer — Mrs. J. W. Harden. 
Secretary Literature — Mrs. Charles A. Separk. 
Secretary Foreign Missions — Mrs. L. P. Duncan. 
Secretary Assembly's Home Missions — Mrs. D. S. Cox. 
Secretary S. P. and C. Missions — Mrs. John B. Wright. 
Secretary Chris. Ed. and Min. Relief — Mrs. E. F. Gaffney. 
Secretary Y. P. and S. S. Ext.— Mrs. H. J. Stockard. 

Raleigh Young Woman's Auxiliary 

President — Mrs. J. T. Alderman. 
Secretary — Mrs. T. B. Creedmore. 
Treasurer — Mrs. Charles Briggs. 

Roanoke Rapids 

President — Mrs. A. P. McPherson. 

Secretary — Mrs. S. J. Bounds. 
Treasurer — Mrs. Fred Shute. 
Secretary Literature — Mrs. John Harrison. 
Secretary Foreign Missions — Miss Julia Thompson. 
Secretary Assembly's Home Missions — Mrs. J. T. Stainback. 
Secretary S. P. and C. Missions — Miss Nora Leach. 
Secretary Chris. Ed. and Min. Relief — Mrs. J. T. Chase. 
Secretary Y. P. and S. S. Ext.— Mrs. A. O. Pendleton. 



10 Minutes Twenty-second Annual Session 

Rocky Mount 

President — Mrs. H. E. Brewer. 
Secretary — Mrs. Woodall Rose. 
Secretary Literature — ^Mrs. E. W. Bullock. 
Secretary Foreign Missions — Mrs. T. H. McPherson. 
Secretary Assembly's Home Missions — Mrs. Fred Sutton. 
Secretary S. P. and C. Missions — Mrs. Scott Thomas. 
Secretary Chris. Ed. and Min. Relief — Mrs. Jennie Hill. 
Secretary Y. P. and S. S. Ext.— Mrs. L. F. Tillery. 
Secretary Prayer Band and Bible Study — Mrs. A. P. Thorpe. 

Tarboro 

President — Mrs. S. N. Harrell. 

Secretary and Treasurer — Mrs. W. L. Bridgers. 

Secretary Literature — Mrs. W. S. Wooten. 

Secretary Foreign Missions — Mrs. C. T. Marrow. 

Secretary Assembly's Home Missions — Mrs. H. T. Bryan. 

Secretary S. P. and C. Missions — Mrs. R. B. Hyatt. 

Secretary Chris. Ed. and Min. Relief^ — Miss Elizabeth Zoeller. 

Secretary Y. P. and S. S. Ext.— Mrs. R. A. Lapsley. 

Washington 

President — Mrs. C. M. Brown. 

Secretary — Mrs. George Leach. 

Treasurer — Mrs. I. H. Fulford. 

Secretary Literature — Mrs. E. T. Stewart. 

Secretary Chris. Ed. and Min. Relief ^ — Mrs. Hargrave. 

Secretary Y. P. and S. S. Ext.— Mrs. John McClure. 

Wilson 

President— Mrs. W. T. Clark. 

Secretary and Treasurer — Mrs. E. M. Blauvelt. 

Secretary Literature — Mrs. M. S. Morrison. 

Secretary Foreign Missions — Mrs. G. C. Boyette. 

Secretary Assembly's Home Missions — Mrs. G. C. Boyette. 

Secretary S. P. and C. Missions — Mrs. G. C. Boyette. 

Secretary Chris. Ed. and Min. Relief — Mrs. R. C. Jones. 

Secretary Y. P. and S. S. Ext.— Mrs. S. E. Leonard. 

Secretary Prayer Band and Bible Study — Mrs. Ida M. Daniel. 



Albemarle Presbyterial Auxiliary 11 

SYNODICAL AUXILIARY OFFICERS 

President — Mrs. W. B. Ramsey Hickory 

Vice-Presidents — 

Mrs. W. R. Gray Davidson 

Miss Corinne Peutt Dallas 

Mrs. W. M. Baker Mount Olive 

Mrs. W. a. West Fayetteville 

Mrs. G. W, Oldham _ Yanceyville 

Mrs. J. M. Baker Tarboro 

Mrs. R. N. Page Biscoe 

Secretary — Mrs. S. A. Robinson Gastonia 

Treasurer — Mrs. A. G. Carter Sanford 

Secretary Foreign Missions — Mrs. J. A. Brown Chadbourn 

Secretary Assembly's Home Missions — Mrs. W. E. White Graham 

Secretary Christian Education and Ministerial Relief — 

Mrs. George Howard Tarboro 

Secretary Young People and Sunday School Extension — 

Miss Mamie McElwee Statesville 

Secretary Synodical Presbyterial and Home Missions — 

Mrs. J. R. Irwin Charlotte 

Secretary Literature — Mrs. S. M. Rankin Greensboro 

Secretary Orphanage Work — Mrs. F. P. Hall Belmont 

Secretary Bible Study and Prayer Band — 

Mrs. S. M. Rankin Greensboro 



12 



Minutes Twenty-second Annual Session 



STATISTICAL REPORTS 



Town or 
postoffice 



Edenton 

Elizabeth City 

Goldsboro 

Greenville - 

Henderson 

Kinston... 

Littleton 

New Bern 

Oxford 

Oxford R. F. D. 1. 
Oxford R. F. D. 4. 

Raleigh — - 

Raleigh 

Raleigh 

Rocky Mount 

Roanoke Rapids.— 

Tarboro - 

Wilson 



Name of Societ". 



Woman's H. & F. Miss. Society 

Woman's Missionary Society 

Woman's Society for Christian Work. 

Woman's Missionary Society 

Woman's Auxiliary 

Woman's Auxiliary 

Aid Society 

Woman's Auxiliary 

Woman's Au.xiliary 



Ladies Missionary Society.. 

Woman's Auxiliary 

Young Woman's Au.xiliary. 

Philathea 

Woman's Auxihary 

Woman's Auxiliary 

Woman's Auxiliary 

Woman's Auxiliary 



Totals. 



62 
33 
76 
40 
17 
31 
29 
7 
25 
96 
57 
78 
113 
27 
60 
43 



810 



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263 

138 

187 

95 



278 

280 

9 

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76 

228 

110 

291 

305 



$ 3140 



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128 



$645 



$ 5 



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$189 



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MINUTES 



Twenty-third Annual Session 



OF 



Albemarle Presbyterial Auxiliary 



HELD IN 



New Bern, North Carolina 

APRIL 13, 14, 15, 1921 



AYDEN 

Andrews printing Company, inc. 

1921 



OFFICERS 

President — Miss Mary O. Graham Peace Institute, Raleigh 

Vice-President — Mrs. H. L. Hicks 529 Nash St., Rocky Mount 

Secretary and Treasurer — 

Mrs. S. K. Phillips 400 E. 9th. St., Greenville 

Secretary Prayer Bands and Bible Study — 

Mrs. S. N. Harrell Tarboro 

Secretary of Literature — Mrs. O. T. Boney Box 551, Kinston 

Secretary Foreign Missions — Mrs. J. F. Beckwith Roanoke Rapids 

Secretary Assembly's Home Missions — 

Mrs. Claude B. Foy New Bern 

Secretary S. P. and C. Missions — 

Mrs. Clarence Wilkins Goldsboro 

Secretary Christian Education and Ministerial Relief — 

Miss Lizzie Watkins Henderson 

Secretary Young People's Work and Sunday School Extension — 

Mrs. B. H. Bunch 212 S.Harrington, Raleigh 

Secretary Orphanage — Mrs. W. T. Clark Wilson 



EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 
Miss Mary Owen Graham 
Mrs. H. L. Hicks Mrs. Claude B. Foy 

Mrs. S. K. Phillips Mrs. Clarence Wilkins 

Mrs. O. T. Boney Miss Lizzie Watkins 

Mrs. J. F. Beckwith Mrs. B. H. Bunch 

Mrs. S. N. Harrell Mrs. W. T. Clark 






PROCEEDINGS 



On Wednesday evening the delegates, officers and visitors attend- 
ing Albemarle Presbyterial Auxiliary were entertained at a recital 
given by Mrs. Wandeen Webber and Miss Mattie Burwell of the 
Music Faculty of Peace Institute, Following this delightful program 
was a reception at the home of Mrs. E. K. Bishop. 

Thursday 10:00 A. M. 

Albemarle Pi*esbyterial Auxiliary convened in the Presbyterian 
Church and was called to order by the President, Miss Mary Owen 
Graham. 

Rev. R. Murphy Williams, of Greensboro, conducted the devo- 
tionals, after which the President made a few formal remarks and ap- 
pointed Mrs. C. E. Hooker of New Bern as Recording Secretary. 

The address of Welcome was made by Mrs. H. R. Bryan, President 
of the New Bern Auxiliary, and the Response by Mrs. William Fenner 
of Rocky Mount. 

The President's address "Our Heritage" was most mspiring. 

Report of the "Greenville Convention" by the Synodical President, 
Mrs. E. F. Reid, of Lenior and other thoughts from the Synodical gave 
us new zeal for our work. 

Minutes of the 1920 meeting in Kinston were read, and approved 
as corrected. 

Enrollment of delegates and officers showed an encouraging in- 
crease over last year,-9 Presbyterial officers, 2 Synodical officers, 28 
delegates, 10 visitors, and 4 speakers. 

Auxiliary reports read. 

Miss Graham lead the closing devotionals, after which the meeting 
adjourned for lunch, served by the ladies in the Sunday School room. 

Thursday 2:30 P. M. 

Afternoon session opened with Hymn. 

Minutes of morning session read and approved. 

Committees appointed by the President as follows : 
p Hospitality — Mrs. Fowle, Mrs. Hunter and Mrs. Lea. 

S' o Nominating — Mrs. Harrell, Mrs. Spencer and Mrs. Cheatham. 



Minutes Twenty-third Annual Session 



Constitution — Mrs. Lacy, Mrs. Butler and Mrs. Conger. 

Reports of Auxiliaries continued, and completed, showing Raleigh 
to have the largest membership, Tarboro the largest per capita and 
total, and five reached the Standard of Excelience-Goldsboro, New 
Bern, Tarboro, Washington and Wilson. 

Mrs. Clark, Secretary of Orphanage Work made her report, which 
was followed by a discussion of the Building Fund. 

Address by Rev. R. Murphy Williams of Greensboro on "Orphan- 
age Needs." 

Mrs. Fenner of Rocky Mount made the following motion: "That 
it be the sense of Albemarle Presbyterial Auxiliary that this Presbyter- 
ial shall turn over its Orphanage Funds for the Lottie Walker Memorial 
Building to be used as a girls Dormitory, provided the Board of Re- 
gents remodel Rumple Hall to be used as a Dining Room." 

Motion Carried. 

Reports of Secretaries of Causes as follows : Secretary of Christian 
Education and Ministerial Relief, Miss Lizzie Watkins present, reported 
an encouraging year and made a motion that we continue to maintain 
a student at The General Assembly's Training School in Richmond. 
Motion carried. 

Secretary of Prayer Bands and Bible Study, Mrs. Harrell, present 
and reported little done this year, but urged the adoption of Prayer 
Bands and made a strong plea for better Bible Study. 

Afternoon session closed with a hymn. 

Thursday 8s00 P. M. 

Devotionals led by the pastor. Dr. J. N. H. Summerell. 
Address: "Korea, as. a Visitor sees it", Miss Laura Coit of Greens- 
boro. 

Solo: Mrs. John Guion. 

Address: Mrs. Butler, "Brazil", former Missionary to Brazil. 

Friday 10.00 A.M. 

Morning session opened with Scripture reading. Prayer by Mrs. 
Jennie Hill. 

Telegram of Greetings and Regrets from Mrs. Baker read by the 
President. 

Secretary of Sy nodical, Presbyterial and Congregational Home 
Missions, Mrs. Thackston, gave her report. 



Albemarle Presbyterial Auxiliary 



Secretary of Young People's Work and Sunday School Extension 
Mrs. B. H. Bunch, made her report and urged the co-operation of the 
Local Secretaries in sending in full reports, also urged more activity; 
and real vital work with the Young People who are to be our future 
leaders. 

Address on Young People's Work by Mrs. Bunch was very inter- 
esting and helpful to all connected with this part of the Church Work. 

Miss Graham endorsed Mrs. Bunch's suggestions in a few pointed 
remarks and then introduced Rev. John McEachern, Missionary of 
Korea, who spoke on the "Great need of more Christian Workers in 
Korea", and made a most earnest appeal and hearc-searching talk. 

Minutes of Thursday afternoon's session read and approved. 

Miss Watkins made a motion that we make up a purse for Miss 
McChesney, our student at the Training School in Richmond, (a grad- 
uation gift from Albemarle Presbyterial Auxiliary). Motion carries 
and $24.00 was contributed. 

Mrs. Bunch requested the attendance of three or four delegates 
from each Church in Albemarle Presbyterial to the State Conference 
to be held in Raleigh at Peace Institute May 31st-June 7th. 

After prayer by the President, meeting adjourned for lunch with 
the ladies in the Sunday School room. 

Friday 2:30 P. M. 

Afternoon session opened with prayer by Rev. John McEachern. 

Mrs. Clark made a short talk regarding the Building Fund and 
Orphanage Work. 

Report of Nominating Committee — By reason of our rotation of 
officers there was only one office to be filled this year — Sec. of S. P. 
and C. Home Missions, Mrs. Thackston, who has so ably served us so 
many years not eligible for re-election, Mrs. Clarence Wilkins of Golds- 
boro, nominated and elected to succeed her. 

Mrs. B. R. Lacy made report of the Synodical in Concord. Eight 
women have been elected on the Board of Regents of the Orphanage. 

Miss Graham suggested that the Church might be strengthened 
by a "get-together" meeting of all the women every three years. 

Mrs. Lacy reported that Synodical suggested Banner Elk be made 
cause for special prayer and contributions for this year — 87 delegates 
from North Carolina at Montreat Summer School 1920— Work for 



Minutes Twenty-third Annual Session 



Christian uplift of negroes discussed — 27 members of Executive Com- 
mittee present at Synodical making a total of 53 in attendance. 

Synodical recommended that we give ten per cent of our benev- 
olences to Synodical Home Missions, — Albemarle approved. 

Delegates to Synodical in Gastonia, Mrs. White of Raleigh and 
Mrs. Parham of Kinston. 

Committee on Constitutions reported. Approved as read, with the 
addition that delegates number two instead of three from local Auxilia- 
ries. 

Report of Hospitality Committee accepted by Mrs. Bryan. 

Miss Watkins of Henderson extended the invitation for the 1922 
meeting. Accepted. 

Motion made and carried that expenses of President and two del- 
egates to Synodical be paid from the Treasury. 

Mrs. Bunch made some helpful suggestions on Young People's 
Work and answered questions. 

Hymn, closing Prayer by President and meeting adjourned to 
meet in Henderson 1922. 

Treasurer's Report 

By Balance Sept. 1st, 1920 $ 52 15 

Contingent Fees paid late 11 00 

$ 63 15 

Stamps and Stationery ., 

Letter Heads and Envelopes 

Executive Committee Expenses to Raleigh 

Registration Cards 

Balance 



$ 63 15 

By balance April 1st, 1921 $ 31 44 

Contingent Fees _ 230 50 

$261 94 

Programmes _ $ 5 00 

Speakers Expenses 3175 



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Literature at Presbyterial 

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E DENTON 



President— Mrs. W. T. Wadley. 

Secretary and Treasurer — Mrs. M. V. Spry. 

Secretary for all causes — Mrs. M. V, Spry. 

Elizabeth City 
Secretary and Treasurer — Mrs. A. B. Houtz. 
Secretary of Literature — Mrs. L. S. Blades. 

Fountain 

President— Mrs. M. E. Smith. 

Secretary — Mrs. H. F. Owens. 

Treasurer — Mrs. J. A. Mercer. 

Secretary Foreign Missions — Mrs. B. F. Lewis. 

Secretary Assembly's Home Missions — Mrs. B. F. Lewis. 

Secretary S. P. and C. Home Missions — Mrs. R. A. Fountain 

Secretary Y. P. and S. S. Ext. — Mrs. R. A. Fountain. 

Secretary Literature — Mrs. H. F. Owens. 

Secretary Orphanage — Mrs. C. L. Owens. 

GOLDSBORO 

President — Mrs. Malcolm Bizzell, 209 N. Ash. 
Secretary — Mrs. Cedric Edgerton, Virginia Street. 
Treasurer — Mrs. James Powell, Virginia Street. 

Secretary Foreign Missions — Mrs. W. C. Monroe, 222 E. Center St. 
Secretary Assembly Home Missions — Mrs. Nathan O'Berry, 303 W. 
Center Street. 



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inutes Twenty-third Annual Session 



Secretary Christian Ed. and Min. Relief — Miss Mary Louise Crawford, 

401 N. George. 
Secretary Y. P. and S. S. Ext. — Miss Eleanor Crabtree, North James 

Street. 
Secretary Literature — Mrs. O. L. Ipoek, 402 N. George Street. 
Secretary Orphanage — Mrs. E. W. Vick. 

Greenville 

President— Mrs. C. L. Porter, 412 E. 9th Street. 

Secretary — Miss Miriam MacFadyen, E. C. T. T. School. 

Treasurer — Miss Mattie Beaman, E. C. T. T. School. 

Secretary P. B. and B. S.— Mrs. J. F. Brinkley, 1100 Chestnut Street. 

Secretary Foreign Missions — Mrs. J. F. Brinkley, Jr. 

Secretary Assembly Home Missions — Mrs. G. V. Smith, 302 Pitt Street. 

Secretary S. P. and C. Home Missions — Mrs. L. S. McMillan, 8th St. 

Secretary Christian Ed. and Min. Relief — Mrs. C. W. Harvey, 311 

Fifth Street. 
Secretary Y. P. and S. S. Ext.— Miss Kate Lewis, E. C. T. T. School. 
Secretary Literature — Mrs. E. W. Harvey, Latham Street. 
Secretary Orphanage — Mrs. C. M. Warren, Green Street. 

Henderson 

President — Mrs. R. Y. McAden, Nicholas Street. 
Secretary — Miss Cornelia Gary, Charles Street. 
Treasurer — Miss Cornelia Gary, Charles Street. 
Secretary P. B. and B. S. — Mrs. F. A. Macon, Burwell Avenue. 
Secretary Foreign Missions — Mrs. I. B. Gary, Charles Street. 
Secretary Assembly Home Missions — Mrs. John D. Cooper, Jr. 
Secretary S. P. and C. Home Missions — Mrs. McNinny, Clark Street. 
Secretary Christian Edu. and Min. Relief ^ — Mrs. R. G. Kittrell, Church 

Street. 
Secretary Y. P. and S. S. Ext. — Mrs. J. R. Porter, Charles St. 
Secretary Literature — Miss Annie H. Collins, College Street. 
Secretary Orphanage^ — Mrs. B. Frank ?Iarris. 

KiNSTON 

President — Mrs. O. T. Bonney, Box 551. 
Secretary — Mrs. M. V. Harlan, Liberty Hill. 
Treasurer — Mrs. J. H. Mewborn, R. F. D. 



Albemarle Preshyterial Auxiliary 



Secretary Foreign Missions — Mrs. Kleber Denmark, 205 W. Peyton. 

Secretary Assembly Home Missions — Mrs. J. H. Parham, Mitchell St. 

Secretary S. P. and C. Home Missions — Mrs. A. C. Hawkins, 112 S. 
East Street. 

Secretary Christian Edu. and Min. Relief — Mrs; H. H. Taylor, Mitch- 
ell Street. 

Secretary Y. P. and S. S. Ext.— Mrs., M. W. Cooper. 

Secretary Literature — Mrs, H. H. Grainger. 



Littleton 

President — Mrs. W. H. Johnston. 
Secretary — Mrs. T. J. Miles. 
Treasurer — Mrs. E. B. Perry. 

New Bern 

President— Mrs. H. R. Bryan, Jr., 70 E. Front Street. 

Secretary — Miss Mary Ward, 105 Pollock Street. 

Treasurer — Mrs. C. D. Bradham, 21 Johnson Street. 

Secretary P. B. and B. S. — Mrs. J. N. H. Summerell, 61 Johnson Street 

Secretary Foreign Missions — Mrs. E. B. Ellis, 99 E. Front Street. 

Secretary Assembly Home Missions — Mrs. J. N. H. Summerell, 61 
Johnson Street. 

Secretary S. P. and C. Home Missions — Mrs. J. N. H. Summerell. 

Secretary Christian Edu. and Min. Relief — Miss Laura Ives, 42 John- 
son Street. 

Secretary Y. P. and S. S. Ext. — Miss Bessie Hollister, 145 Craven St. 

Secretary Literature — Mrs. J. M. Spencer, 111 Broad Street. 

Secretary Orphanage — Miss Bessie Hollister, 145 Craven Street. 

Oxford 

President — Mrs. Alfred Sails, High Street. 

Secretary and Treasurer — Mrs. J. A. Duke, High Street. 

Secretary Foreign Missions — Mrs. D. C, Compton, Front Street. 

Secretary Assembly Home Missions—Mrs. E. L, Parham, Broad Street. 

Secretary S. P. and C. Home Missions — Miss Belle Cooper. 

Secretary Christian Edu. and Min. Relief — Mrs. Drew Bryan, Raleigh 

Street. 
Secretary Y. P. and S. S. Ext.— Miss Edith Howell, 11 Raleigh Street. 
Secretary Literature — Mrs. J. M. Baird, Raleigh Street. 



10 Minutes Twenty-third Annual Session 



Oxford R. F. D. No. 4 

President— Mrs. J. Will Morton, R. F. D. No. 4, Box 69. 
Secretary— Mrs. Bob Williams, R. F. D. No. 4, 
Treasurer— Mrs. J. T. Morton, R. F. D. No. 4, Box 68. 
Secretary Orphanage — Mrs. Will Morton. 

Raleigh 

President — Mrs. Robt. J. Wyatt, W. Park Drive. 
Secretary— Mrs. Z. P. Metcalf, 1525 Park Drive. 
Treasurer — Mrs. John H. Andrews, 526 N. Blount Street. 
Secretary Foreign Missions — Mrs. George Ramsey, Capital Apts. 
Secretary Assembly Home Missions — Mrs. J. C. McBrayer, 223 Forest 

Road. 
Secretary S. P. and C. Home Missions — Mrs. B. R. Lacy, 110 E. Peace 

Street. 
Secretary Christian Edu. and Min. Relief — Mrs. A. C. Hinton,- 320 

E. Jones Street. 
Secretary Y. P. and S. S. Ext.— Mrs. E. G. Birdsong, 217 W. Morgan 

Street. 
Secretary Literature— Mrs. W. McC White, 204 S. Dawson Street. 
Secretary Orphanage — Mrs. J. W. Harden, Hillsboro Street. 

Roanoke Rapids 

President — Mrs. J. T. Stainback, Rosemary, N. C. 
Secretary — Mrs. C. S. Stanage. 
Treasurer — Mrs. Susie P. Scott, Box 143. 
Secretary P. B. and B. S.— Mrs. C. A. Wyche. 
Secretary Foreign Missions — Mrs. J. T. Chase. 
Secretary Assembly Home Missions — Mrs. A. P. McPherson. 
Secretary S. P. and C. Home Missions — Mrs. C. A. Wyche. 
Secretary Christian Edu. and Min. Relief — Mrs. G. L. Hayes, Rose- 
mary, N. C. 
Secretary Y. P. and S. S. Ext. — Miss Norma Shaw. 
Secretary Literature — Mrs. Penelton. 
Secretary Orphanage — Mrs. J. F. Beckwith. 

Rocky Mount 

President— Mrs. H. L. Hicks, 529 Nash Street. 
Secretary — Mrs. Woodall Rose, 130 Lexington Street. 



Albemarle Preshyterial Auxiliary 11 

Secretary P. B. and B. S. — Mrs. D. B. Faison, Thomas Street. 

Secretary Foreign Missions — Mrs. A. P. Tharpe, 115 Franklin Street. 

Secretary Assembly Home Missions — Mrs. C. C. Cloiigh, 214 Western 
Avenue. 

Secretary S. P. and C. Home Missions — Mrs. J. S. Thomas, 115 Ral- 
eigh Street. 

Secretary Christian E"du. and Min. Relief — Mrs. Jennie K. Hill, 216 S. 
Franklin Street. 

Secretary Y. P. and S. S. Ext.— Mrs. H. E. Brewer, 328 Hammond St. 

Secretary Literature — Mrs. C. C. Ward, 235 Sunset Avenue. 

Secretary Orphanage — Mrs. W. E. Fenner. 

Rocky Mount, R. No. 1 

President — Mrs. S. G. Joyner. 

Secretary — Mrs. J. S. Davis. 

Treasurer — Miss Phama Daughtridge. 

Secretary P. B. and B. S.— Mrs. D. T. Weaver. 

Secretary Foreign Missions — Mrs. J. S. Davis. 

Secretary Assembly Home Missions— Miss Phama Daughtridge. 

Secretary S. P. and C. H. Missions — Mrs. Ellie J. Dosier. 

Secretary Christian Edu. and Min. Relief — Miss Nannie Daughtridge 

Secretary Y. P. and S. S. Ext.— Mrs. F. W. Langley. 

Secretary Literature — Mrs. J. L. Daughtridge. 

Rocky Mount, R. No. 4 

President— Mrs. W. B. Neill. 

Secretary — Mrs. W. C. Copeland. 

Treasurer — Mrs. W. C. Copeland. 

Secretary P. B. and B. S. — Miss Henrietta Joyner. 

Secretary Foreign Missions — Miss Maggie Culpepper. 

Secretary Assembly Home Missions — Miss Annie Joyner. 

Secretary S. P. and C. Home Missions — Miss Virginia Carter. 

Secretary Christian Edu. and Min. Relief — Miss Bettie Joyner. 

Secretary Y. P. and S. S. Ext.— Mrs. Van Daniel, R. F. D. No. 1. 

Secretary Literature — Mrs. J. R. Long. 

Secretary Orphanage — Miss May Joyner. 

Tarboro 

President — Mrs. S. N. Harrell. 

Secretary — Mrs. R. E. Sentelle, St. Patrick Street. 



12 Minutes Twenty-third Annual Session 

Treasurer — Mrs, Geo. Howard, Albemarle Avenue. 
Secretary P. B. and B. S. — Mrs. Julian Baker, Main Street. 
Secretary Foreign Missions — Mrs. Alfred Tate, Phillips Street. 
Secretary Assembly Home Missions — Mrs. H. T. Bryan, Main Street. 
Secretary S. P. and C. H. Missions — Mrs. C. C. Todd, Main Street. 
Secretary Christian Edu. and Min. Relief — Miss Elizabeth Zoeller, 

St. Patrick Street. 
Secretary Y. P. and S. S. Ext. — Mrs. J. R. Pender, St. Patrick Street. 
Secretary Literature — Mrs. W. S. Wooten, Main Street. 
Secretary Orphanage — Mrs. Job Cobb. 

Washington 

President — Mrs. S. R. Fowle. 

Secretary — Mrs. John Smith. 

Treasurer — Mrs. John Fulford. 

Secretary Foreign Missions — Mrs. B. G. Moss. 

Secretary S. P. and C. H. Missions — Mrs. F. C. Kugler. 

Secretary Christian Edu. and Min. Relief — Mrs. V. M. Hargrave. 

Secretary Y, P. and S. S. Ext.— Mrs. John McCluer. 

Secretary Orphanage — Miss Bettie Harvey. 

Warrenton 

President — Mrs. Avera Winston. 
Secretary — Mrs. E. A. Spillman. 
Treasurer — Mrs. R. S. Booth. 
Secretary Literature — Mrs. N. McI. Moore. 

Wilson 

President— Mrs. W. T. Clark. 

Secretary — Mrs. E. M. Blauvolt. 

Treasurer — Mrs. W. M. Carter. 

Secretary P. B. and B. S. — Mrs. Ida Daniel. 

Secretary Foreign Missions — Mrs. G. C. Boyette. 

Secretary Assembly Home Missions — Mrs. G. C. Boyette. 

Secretary S. P. and C. Home Missions — Mrs. G. C. Boyette. 

Secretary Christian Edu. and Min. Relief ^ — Mrs. R. C. Jones. 

Secretary Y. P. and S. S. Ext. — Mrs. John A. Green. 

Secretary Literature — Mrs. M. S. Morrison. 

Secretary Orphanage — Mrs. W. T. Clark. 



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SYNODICAL AUXILIARY OFFICERS 

Honorary President — Mrs. Jackson Johnson Winnabow 

President — Mrs. E. F. Reid Lenoir 

Vice-Presidents — 

Miss Corinne Puett Dallas 

Miss Jane Hall 820 Princess St., Wilmington 

Mrs. W. a. West 310 Dick St., Fayetteville 

Mrs. S. C. Brawlej West Durham 

Miss Mary Owen Graham Peace Institute, Raleigh 

Mrs. R. N. Page Biscoe 

Mrs. W. R. Gray Davidson 

Secretary — Mrs. S. A. Robinson Gastonia 

Treasurer — Miss Margaret Lowell Gibson 1804 Market St., 

Wilmington. 

Secretary Foreign Missions — Mrs. W. L. Wilson Hemp 

Secretary Assembly Home Missions — Mrs. W. E. White Graham 

Secretary Christian Education and Ministerial Relief — 

Mrs. George Howard Tarboro 

Secretary Young People's Work — 

Miss Mamie McElwee ...Statesville 

Secretary Synodical Home Missions — 

Miss Margaret Rankin 705 College St., Charlotte 

Secretary Literature — Mrs. S. M. Rankin 130 Tate St., Greensboro 

Secretary Orphanage — Mrs. F. P. Hall Belmont 

Secretary Bible Study and Prayer Bands — 

Mrs. O. G. Jones Greensboro 



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STATISTICAL REPORTS 



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Fountain 

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Greenville 

Henderson .-.. 

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Oxford 

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Raleigh 

Roanoke Rapids 

Rocky Mount 

Rocky Mount R. 1 
Rocky Mount R. 2 

Tarboro . 

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Woman's Auxiliary 

Woman's Auxiliary 

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Woman's Auxiliary 

Woman's Auxiliary 

Woman's Auxiliary 

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MINUTES 



OF THE 



Twenty-Fourth Annual Session 



OF 



Albemarle Presbyterial Auxiliary 



HELD IN 

Henderson, North Carolina 

APRIL 11, 12 and 13, 1922 



AYDEN 

ANDREWS PRINTING CO., INC. 

1922 



OFFICERS 

President— Miss Mary 0. Graham Peace Institute, Raleigh 

Vice-President— Mrs. H. L. Hicks 529 Nash St., Rocky Mount 

Secretary and Treasurer — 

Mrs. S. K. Phillips 400 E. 9th. St., Greenville^ 

Secretary Spiritual Resources— Mrs. S. N. Harrell Tarboro 

Secretary Foreign Missions — 

Mrs. R. Y. McAden 263 Charles St., Henderson 

Secretary Assembly's Home Missions — 

Mrs. Claude B. Foy 171 Middle St., New Bern 

Secretary S. P. and C. Missions — 

Mrs. Clarence E. Wilkins....314 S. William St., Goldsboro 

Secretary Christian Education and Ministerial Relief — 

Mrs. A. P. McPherson Roanoke Rapids 

Secretary Young People and Sunday School Extension — 

Mrs. Alex, Houston Raleigh 

Secretary of Literature — Mrs. 0. T. Boney Box 551, Kinston 

Secretary Orphanage — Mrs. W. E. Fenner Rocky Mount 



EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 

Miss Mary 0. Graham Mrs. Claude B. Foy 

Mrs. H. L. Hicks Mrs. Clarence E. Wilkins 

Mrs. S. K. Phillips Mrs. A. P. McPherson 

Mrs. S. N. Harrell Mrs. Alex Houston 

Mrs. R. Y. McAden Mrs. 0. T. Boney 

Mrs. W. E. Fenner 






PROCEEDINGS 

On Tuesday evening, the delegates, officers and visitors of Al- 
bemarle Presbyterial Auxiliary enjoyed an address by Miss Mary 
0. Graham, in the absence of Mr. Taffee, the pastor who was to 
preside. 

Mrs. Mercer Elain, of China, talked most interestingly, and 
gave us a sketch of her work there. 

Mrs. Wandeen Webber, of Peace Institute, delighted the aud- 
ience with several vocal solos, accompanied by the organist, Mrs. 
Williamson. 

At 10 o'clock the Presbyterial and friends enjoyed a charming 
"get together" reception at the home of Mrs. Rollins, Henderson's 
President. 

WEDNESDAY 10:00 A. M. 

Albemarle Presbyterial Auxiliary formally opened with devo- 
tionals, the President, Miss Mary O. Graham presiding, on Wednes- 
day morning. 

The Bible study hour was conducted by Miss May McLelland 
of Peace Institute. 

Mrs. J. M. Hobgood, of Farmville, was appointed recording 
Secretary. 

Mrs. S. K. Phillips read the Minutes of the 1921 meeting in New 
Bern. Mrs. S. K. Phillips, Treasurer, reported all Contingent-Fees 
paid in full for last year and all expenses paid, leaving $13.91 on 
hand. 

The following enrollment proved to be larger than any pre- 
vous year— delegates 29, visitors 22, Presbyterial officers 8, Synodi- 
cal officers 1, and speakers 4. 

Mrs. B. H. Bunch made her report as Secretary of Young- 
People's Work. Miss Ethel Hitt gave a report of the Young Peo- 
ple's Conference beld at Peace last June, followed by Miss Con- 
nell, also of Peace, who gave an interesting talk on the various 
religious activities of the girls at Peace. 

Mrs. Wilson, Synodical Secretary of Foreign Missions, spoke 
earnestly on ''The Crisis on the Foreign Fields." In the absence 
of Mrs. Beckwith, Mrs. Wilson also conducted the Round Table 
Discussion on Foreign Missions. A helpful talk by Mrs. Mercer 
Blain concluded the period of Foreign Missions. 



Minutes Twenty-fourth Annual Session 



The following Committees were appointed: 

NOMINATING— Mrs. W. T. Clark, Mrs.Parham, Mrs. Weeks 
and Mrs. Harrell. 

HOSPITALITY— Mrs. E. W. Vick, Mrs. Wyche and Mrs. 
Frank Sherwood. 

PUBLICITY— Mrs. H. L. Hicks and Mrs. J. M. Hobgood. 

After singing a hymn, the morning session adjourned to lunch 
with the ladies of the Church at the home of Mrs. Perry. 

WEDNESDAY 2:30 P. M. 

The afternoon session was opened with a continuation of the 
Bible study by Miss McLelland, studies from the book of Isaiah. 
Minutes of the morning session read and approved. 
The following Secretaries of Causes made their reports: — 

Secretary Spiritual Resources Mrs. Harrell 

Secretary Literature Mrs. 0. T. Boney 

Secretary Foreign Missions Read by Mrs. Phillips 

Secretary Assembly's Home Missions Mrs. Claude Foy 

Secretary S. P. and C. Missions Read by Mrs. Vick 

Secretary Y. P. and S. S. Extension Read by Mrs. Phillips 

Secretary Orphanage Mrs. \y. T. Clark 

Secretary Christian Education and Ministerial Relief 

Read by Mrs. Phillips 

Mrs. Wyche suggested that the Presbyterial send to Miss Mc- 
Leod, Albemarle's daughter at the Assembly's Training School, a 
graduating present. Motion made and carried, resulting in a vol- 
untary offering of $40.05. 

Local Auxiliaries reported next, 16 by delegates present, 4 
read by the Secretary, 3 new reports, one of which was represented 
by a delegate, making a total of 23 Auxiliaries in the Presbyterial. 

Mrs. Phillips reported that nothing had been done as tc 
changes and reprinting of the By Laws and Constitution, but a 
copy of Albemarle's requested by the Advisory Committee had been 
sent and we await further orders from them. 
Announcements, adjournment. 

WEDNESDAY 8:30 P. M. 

Home Mission evening opened with the singing of a hymn and 
prayer by Miss Graham, after which she introduced Miss Living- 



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stone of the Crossnore school. Her interesting account of the 
work there held the audience tense, as did also the wonderful ac- 
count of Banner Elk given by Miss Sue Hall. 

Between the two speakers, Mrs. Frank Harris sang *'My Task". 

THURSDAY 10:00 A. M. 

Session opened with the singing of a hymn and Prayer by 
Mrs. Sails of Oxford. 

The third study in Isaiah was continued by Miss McLelland 
Minutes of Wednesday's proceedings were read and approved. 
The Nominating Committee reported and the following offi- 
cers were elected to serve for the coming three years:- — 

Secretary Orphanage Mrs. W. E. Fenner 

Secretary Foreign Missions Mrs. R. Y. McAden 

Sec'y Ch. Edu. and Min Relief Mrs. A. P. McPherson 

Secretary and Treasurer Mrs. S. K. Phillips 

Albemarle Regent Mrs. George Howard 

Miss Graham next spoke on the progressive work of the Auxil- 
iaries. The question as to what comprises a Bible Study Class as 
required by the Standard of Excellence, was discussed at length. 

Mrs. Hicks then lead a round table discussion of methods in 
the local auxiliary work which proved very helpful. 

At 1 o'clock a delicious chicken dinner was served at the home 
of Mrs. Perry. 

THURSDAY 2 P. M. 

Session opened with the fourth and last study of Isaiah. 

Mrs. Vick, chairman of the Hospitality committee, expressed 
Albemarle's appreciation of Henderson's generous hospitality, to 
which Mrs. R. Y. McAden responded in a happy little speech as 
Hostess. 

Three invitations for the 1923 meeting, Warrenton withdrew 
in favor of Farmville, the vote deciding for Farmville against 
Raleigh. 

Delegates to the Synodical elected as follows: — Mrs. Hicks of 
Rocky Mount and Mrs. J. M. Hobgood of Farmville. 

The newly elected officers were then installed. 

Mrs. W. E. Fenner then gave a helpful talk on the business 
woman's work in the Auxiliary. 



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6 Minutes Twenty-fourth Annual Session 

Mrs. Hugh Parham then reported the Synodical meeting of 
last Fall in Gastonia. 

Albemarle Presbyterial Auxiliary adjourned to meet in Farm- 
ville in 1923, 

TREASURER'S REPORT 

By balance June 1st, 1921 $ 74.35 

Contingent Fee— Oak Hill 5.50 

Equalization Fund from Synodical 61.00 

$140.85 
Disbursements from June 1st, 1921 to April 1st. 1922. 

Stamps and Stationery $ 3.20 

Incidentals 1,25 

Printing 200 Minutes 43.12 

Delegates and President's expenses to Synodical 66.47 

Officers expenses to Executive Board 12.90 

$126.94 
Balance on hand April 1st. 1922 13.91 

$140,85 

Balance April 1st, 1922 $ 13,91 

Contingent Fees paid for year ending April 1st 

1922 286,00 

$299.91 

Disbursements April 1st to June 1st 1922 

Programs $ 5.00 

Officers expenses to Presbyterial 26.75 

Stamps 1-88 

Letter heads and envelopes 9.00 

To Synodical Equalization Fund 57.20 

Synodical Fee , 57.20 

$157.03 
Balance on hand June 1st .■ 142.88 

$299.91 



Albemarle Presbyterial Auxiliary 7 

SYNODICAL AUXILIARY OFFICERS 

Honorary President — Mrs. Jackson Johnson Winnabow 

President — Mrs. E. F. Reid Lenoir 

Vice-Presidents — 

Miss Jane Hall Wilmington 

Mrs. W. A. West Fayetteville 

Mrs. S. C. Brawley Durham 

Miss Mary O. Graham Raleigh 

Mrs. W. R. Gray Davidson 

Mrs. J. G. Baird Charlotte 

Mrs. R. S. Abernathy Lincolnton 

Secretary — Mrs. E. B. Crow Raleigh 

Treasurer — Miss Margaret L. Gibson Wilmington 

Secretary Foreign Missions — Mrs. W. L. Wilson Hemp 

Secretary Assembly's Home Missions — Mrs. W. E. White. ...Graham 

Secretary Christian Education and Ministerial Relief — 

Mrs. Archibald Currie Davidson 

Secretary Young People and Sunday School Extension — 

Mrs. D, H. Shaw Laurinburg 

Secretary Young People's Conference and Student Work — 

Miss Mamie McElwee ...: Statesville 

Secretary S. P. and C. Home Missions — 

Miss Margaret Rankin Charlotte 

Secretary of Literature — Mrs. S. M. Rankin Greensboro 

Secretary of Orphanage Work — Mrs. E. P. Hall Belmont 

Secretary of Spiritual Resources — 

Mrs. O. G. Jones Greensboro 

Editor of Woman's Auxiliary Department in Standard — 

Mrs. J. M. Mclver Gulf 

Historian — Mrs. R. D. Blacknall Durham 



Minutes Twenty-fourth Annual Session 



STATISTICAL REPORT 



Town or 
postoffice 



Edenton 

Elizabeth City 

Farm ville 

Fountain 

Goldsboro 

Greenville 

Henderson 

Kinston 

Littleton 

New Bern 

Oxford 

Oxford R. 4 

Pinetops 

Raleigh 

Roanoke Rapids... 

Rocky Mount 

Rocky Mount R. 1 
Rocky Mount R. 2 

Tarboro 

Warrenton 

Washington 

Washington 

Wilson 



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Auxiliary 

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Ladies' Societies 

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53 

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318 

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339 



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10 Minutes Twenty-fourth Annual Session 

EDENTON 

President— Mrs. W. T. Wadley. 

Secretary and Treasurer — Mrs. M. V. Spry. 

Secretary of all causes — Mrs. M. V. Spry. 

ELIZABETH CITY 

President— Mrs. Geo. Ward, West Main St. 
Secretary Literature — Mrs. L. S. Blades. 
Secretary Orphanage — Mrs. L. S. Blades. 

FARMVILLE 

President — Mrs. John Denton. 
Secretary — Mrs. J. M. Hobgood. 
Treasurer — Mrs. W. G. Sheppard. 
Secretary of all causes — Mrs. J. M. Hobgood. 

FOUNTAIN 

President — Mrs. H. F. Owens. 

Secretary — Mrs. B. F. Lewis. 

Treasurer — Mrs. J. A. Mercer. ' 

Secretary Foreign Missions — Miss Myrtle Turnage. 

Secretary Assembly Home Missions — Miss Myrtle Turnage. 

Secretary Y. P. and S. S. Extension — Miss Ethel Turnage. 

Secretary Literature — Mrs, Frank Lewis. 

Secretary Orphanage — Mrs. C. L. Owens. 

GOLDSBORO 

President — Mrs. E. W. Vick, George St. 

Secretary — Mrs. John Spicer, William St. . . 

Treasurer— Mrs. W. S. Leroy, 107 E. Elm St. 

Secretary Foreign Missions — Mrs. John Slaughter, George St. 

Secretary Assembly Home Missions — Mrs. Peter Mclntyre, Geor- 
ge St. 

Secretary S. P. and C. Missions— Mrs. C. E. Wilkins, 314 S. 
William St. 



Albemarle Presbyterial Auxiliary 11 

Secretary C. E. and M. R. — Miss Lulu Boney, William St. 
Secretary Y. P. and S. S. Extension — Miss Leah Slaughter, George 

St. 
Secretary Literature — Mrs. E. B. Borden, Jr., George St. 
Secretary Orphanage — Mrs. Ipock. 

GREENVILLE 

President— Mrs. C. L. Porter, 410 E. 9th St. 

Secretary — Mrs. N. O. Warren, Evans St. 

Treasurer — Miss Mittie Beaman, E. C. Teachers College. 

Secretary Spiritual Resources — Mrs. J. F. Brinkley, Sr., 1100 

Chestnut St. 
Secretary Foreign Missions — Mrs. Paul Clodfelter, E. 9th St. 
Secretary Assembly Home Missions — Mrs. J. J. Brinkley, Jr. 
Secretary S. P. and C. Home Missions — Mrs. J. P. Rowlett. 
Secretary C. E. and M. R.— Mrs. C. W. Harvey, 311 5th St 
Secretary Y. P. and S. S. Extension — Miss Mary Bertolet, E. CC 

Teacher's College. 
Secretary Literature — Mrs. Chas. O'H. Home, Fourth St. 
Secretary Orphanage — Miss Christine Johnston, 1101 Chestnut St. 

HENDERSON 

President — Mrs. E. M. Rollins, Young Ave. 

Secretary — Miss Cornelia L. Gary, 356 Charles St. 

Treasurer — Miss Cornelia L. Gary, 356 Charles St. 

Secretary Spiritual Resources — Mrs. F. A. Macon, Burwell Ave. 

Secretary Foreign Missions — Mrs. J. H. Bunn, Charles St. 

Secretary Asso. Home Missions — Mrs. Carrie H. Clark, Harrel St. 

Secretary S. P. and C. Missions — Mrs. Goode Cheatham, S. Garnett 

St. 
Secretary C. E. and M. R. — Miss Eileen Lewis, Zene St. 
Secretary Y. P. and S. S. Extension — Mrs. J. R Porter, Gholson Ave. 
Secretary Literature — Miss Annie H. Collins, College St. 
Secretary Orphanage — Mrs. B. Frank Harris. 



12 Minutes Twenty-fourth Annual Session 

KINSTON 

President — Mrs. J. H. Mewborn. 
Secretary — Mrs. H. W. Hochuli. 
Treasurer— Mrs. H. H. Taylor. 
Secretary Spiritual Resources — Mrs. H. E. Shaw. 
Secretary Foreign Missions — Mrs. Kleber Denmark. 
Secretary Assembly Home Missions — Mrs. J. H. Parham. 
Secretary S. P. and C. Missions — Mrs. A. C. Hawkins. 
Secretary C. E. and M. R. — Mrs. H. H. Grainger. 
Secretary Y. P and S. S. Extension — Mrs.Robt. McGeachy. 
Secretary Literature — Mrs. H. N. McDiarmid. 
Secretary Orphanage — Mrs. Dupree. 

LITTLETON 

President — Mrs. W. H. Johnston. 

Secretary— Mrs. T. J. Miles. 

Treasurer — Mrs. E. B. Perry. 

Secretary Literature — Mrs. W. H. Johnston. 

NEW BERN 

President — Mrs. J. N. H. Summerell, 61 Johnston St. 

Secretary — Mrs. Haywood Guion, 129 Craven St. 

Treasurer — Mrs. C. D. Bradham, 21 Johnson St. 

Secretary Spiritual Resources— Mrs. C. S. Hollister, 145 Craven St. 

Secretary Foreign Missions— Mrs. T. G. Hyman, 32 Pollock St. 

Secretary Assembly Home Missions — Mrs. J. M. Spencer, 111 

Broad St. 
Secretary S. P. and C. Missions— Mrs. J. M. Spencer, 111 Broad St. 
Secretary C. E. and M. R.— Mrs. C. E. Slover, 99 E. Front ?t. 
Secretary Y. P. and S S. Extension — Miss Bessie Hollistev, 145 

Craven St. 
Secretary Orphanage— Miss Bessie Hollister, 145 Craven St. 
Secretary Literature — Mrs. Raymond Pollock, 168 Middle St. 



Albemarle Presbyterial Auxiliary 13 

OXFORD 

President— Mrs. W. J. Long, Gilliam St. 

Secretary and Treasurer — Mrs. John R. Hall, 20 Gilliam St. 

Secretary Spiritual Resources — Mrs. Bullock. 

Secretary Foreign Missions — Mrs. J. D. Clement. 

Secretary Assembly Home Missions — Mrs. Elvin Parham, Broad St. 

Secretary S. P. and C. Missions — Miss Belle Cooper, High St. 

Secretary C. E. and M. R.— Mrs. W. D. Hart. 

Secretary Y. P. and S. S. Extension — Mrs. W. D. Bryan, Raleigh St. 

Secretary Literature — Mrs. J. M. Baird, Raleigh St. 

Secretary Orphanage — Miss Marie Stark, College St. 

OAK HILL CHURCH, OXFORD, R. F. D. No. 4 

President — Mrs. J. W. Morton, Box 69. 
Secretary — Mrs. Bob Williams. 
Treasurer— Mrs. J. T. Morton, Box 68. 

PINETOPS. 

President — Mrs. J. Harper. 

Secretary — Mrs. A. M. Wooten. 

Treasurer — Miss Kathryn Cobb. ^ 

RALEIGH. 

President — Mrs. Robt. J. Wyatt, West Park Drive. 

Secretary— Mrs. Z. P. Metcalf, 1525 Park Drive. 

Treasurer — Mrs. John Andrews, N. Blount St. 

Secretary Spiritual Resources — Mrs. Andrew Symes. 

Secretary Foreign Missions — Mrs. Geo. Ramsey, Capital Apart- 
ments. 

Secretary Assembly Home Missions — Mrs. T. P. Harrison, N. 
Blount St. 

Secretary S. P. and C. Home Missions — Mrs. B. R. Lacy, 110 E. 
Peace St. 

Secretary C. E. and M. R. — Mrs. J. C. McBrayer, Boylan Heights. 

Secretary Y. P. and S. S. Extension — Mrs. L. H. Lumsden, Hillcrest 
St. 

Secretary Literature — Mrs. W. McC. White, S. Dawson St. 

Secretary Orphanage — Mrs. J. W. Harding. 



14 Minutes Twenty-fourth Annual Session 

ROANOKE RAPIDS 

President — Mrs. C. A. Wyche. 

Secretary — Mrs. J. T. Chase. 

Treasurer — Mrs. George Hayes, Rosemary. 

Secretary Spiritual Resources — Mrs. J. H. Beckwith, Rosemary. 

Secretary Foreign Missions — Mrs. J. T. Stainback, Rosemary. 

Secretary Assembly Home Missions — Mrs. A. P. McPherson. 

Secretary S. P. and C. Home Missions — Mrs. John Harrison. 

Secretary C. E. and M. R.— Mrs. Susie P. Scott, Box 143. 

Secretary Y. P. and S. S. Extension — Mrs. Frank Nash, Rosemary. 

Secretary Literature — Mrs. B. R. Weeks. 

Secretary Orphanage — Mrs. J. H. Beckwith, Rosemary. 

ROCKY MOUNT 

President— Mrs. H. L. Hicks, 529 Nash St. 

Secretary — Mrs. R. B. Spencer, 505 Sunset Ave. 

Treasurer— Mrs. F. E. Marshall, 653 Falls Road. 

Secretary Spiritual Resources — Mrs. 0. B. Faison, 220 W. Thomas 

St. 
Secretary Foreign Missions— Mrs. A. P. Thorpe, 115 S. Franklin St. 
Secretary Assembly Home Missions — Mrs. J. W. Keel, 325 Nash St. 
Secretary S. P. and C. Missions— Mrs. J. S. Thomas, 115 Raleigh St. 
Secretary C. E. and M. R.— Mrs. Jennie K. Hill, 512 Hammond St. 
Secretary Y. P. and S. S. Extension— Mrs. Emmet Brewer, 328 

Hammond St. 
Secretary Literature— Mrs. F. A. Sutton, 111 S. Franklin St. 
Secretary Orphanage — Mrs. W. E. Fenner. 

MORTON, ROCKY MOUNT, R. F. D. No.l 

President — Mrs. S. G. Joyner. 

Secretary — Mrs. J. S. Davis. - 

Treasurer — Miss Phama Daughtridge. 

Secretary Spiritual Resources — Mrs. D. T. Weaver. 

Secretary Foreign Missions — Mrs. J. S. Davis. 

Secretary Assembly Home Missons — Miss Phama Daughtridge. 

Secretary S. P. and C. Missions — Mrs. E. G. Dozier. 

Secretary C. E. and M. R.--Miss Nannie Daughtridge. 

Secretary Y. P. and S. S. Extension — Mrs. F W. Langley. 

Secretary Literature — Mrs. J. L. Daughtridge. 



Albemarle Presbyterial Auxiliary 15 

BETHLEHEM, ROCKY MOUNT, R. F. D. No.2 

President Miss Annie Joyner. 

Secretary — Mrs. W. B. Neill. 

Treasurer — Miss Henrietta Joyner. 

Secretary Spiritual Resources — Mrs. W. R. C. Joyner. 

Secretary Foreign Missions — Mrs. J. R. Long. 

Secretary Assembly Home Missions — Mrs. N. J. Joyner. 

Secretary S. P. and C. Missions — Mrs. L. Turner. 

Secretary C. E. and M. R. — Mrs. O. Joyner. 

Secretary Y. P. and S. S. Extension — Miss Mae Joyner. 

Secretary Literature — Mrs. W. B. McNeill. 

TARBORO ^ 

President — Mrs. J. M. Baker. 

Secretary — Mrs. R. E. Sentelle. 

Treasurer — Mrs. George Howard. 

Secretary Spiritual Resources — Mrs. S. N. Harrell. 

Secretary Foreign Missions — Mrs. Alfred Tait. 

Secretary Assembly Home Missions — Mrs. H. T. Bryan. 

Secretary S. P. and C. Missions — Mrs. Don Williams. 

Secretary C. E. and M. R. — Miss Lizzie Zoeller. 

Secretary Y. P. and S. S. Extension — Mrs. John R. Pender. 

Secretary Literature — Mrs. Mayo Reeves. 

Secretary Orphanage — Mrs. Thad. Hussey. 

WARRENTON 

President — Mrs. Avera Winston. 
Secretary — Mrs. E. A. Skillman. 
Treasurer — Mrs. R. S. Booth. 
Secretary Literature — Mrs. N. McQ. Moore. 

WASHINGTON 

President — Mrs. S. R. Fowle. 

Secretary — Mrs. C. M. Brown. 

Treasurer — Mrs. John Fulford. 

Secretary Foreign Missions — Miss Annie B. Jarvis. 

Secretary Assembly Home Missions — Miss Annie B. Jarvis. 

Secretary Orphanage — Miss Bettie Harvey^ 



10 Minutes Twenty-fourth Annual Session 

PAYNE MEMORIAL, WASHINGTON 

President — Mrs. J. J. Johnston. 
Secretary— Mrs. R. L. Cotton. 
Treasurer — Mrs. D. E. Jackson. 



WILSON 

President— Mrs. W. T. Clark, 201 W. Nash St. 

Secretary— Mrs. A. N. Daniel, 209 N. Goldsboro St. 

Treasurer — Mrs. W. N. Carter, 106 Park Ave. 

Secretary Spiritual Resources — Mrs. Ida Daniel 207 N. Goldsboro 

St. 
Secretary Foreign Missions — Mrs. Charles Gay, 102 W. Green St, 
Secretary Assembly Home Missions — Mrs. J. R. Edmundson, 801 

W. Nash St. 
Secretary S. P. and C. Missions— Mrs. J. R. Edmunds, 801 W. 

Nash St. 
Secretary C. E. and M. R. — Mrs. L. J. Herring, 112 Park Ave. 
Secretary Y. P. and S. S. Extension — Mrs. T. M. Washington. 
Secretary Literature — Mrs. M. S. Morrison, 206 N. Spring St. 
Secretary Orphanage— Mrs. W. T. Clark, 201 W. Nash St.